2019-01-04 at 10:27 PM UTC
You are you because "your" waves happen to be in a specific part of the universe.
You are here, because you are not somewhere else, part of something else.
However, why do we continue to be ourselves? If all of our neurons become different parts of the universe via different atoms replacing different atoms via cell desth and replacement through materials being brought into the body, whilst the previous parts of you are being excreted to another part of the universe, why do "we" continue to be us, instead of the different atoms being "us"?
2019-01-04 at 10:33 PM UTC
[annoy my right-angled speediness]
There is no "you" and there never was. "You" are the interaction of a variety of systems and process that are constantly changing with no center, you know what they say... plus ça change.
2019-01-07 at 10:56 PM UTC
Almost done listening to the Way of the Zen.
The fact that the concepts brought forth seem self-evident to me is a good sign. It's almost getting a bit redundant, as I've already adopted the philosophical shift by my own discovering.