I am


We all of us appear to ourselves and to our
fellows as living material organisms of body, brain
and thought existing as objects in Space-Time and
coming into existence in Space-Time at birth while
going out of existence on death. We appear to
ourselves and our fellows as impermanent, for each
one of us, in appearance, changes in bodily form
from childhood to age between the times of birth
and death. We know all this, and some hold that
man is no more than what he appears to be, that
is, an impermanent object in Space-Time.

—from page ix of “I am”

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