I am not who I was or who I will be. Who am I?

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photo by ren

For the most part, the cells of our body
are replacing themselves
every seven to ten years.
Literally creating a new body.

You are not who you were ten years ago.
You are not who you will be ten years from now.
Who are you?

ren

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One comment

  1. Good question. Wish I had an answer. Ya, the body seems to change all the time, but there’s a sense of continuity. People with Alzheimer’s disease have lost this continuity and can’t carry their life through. A man will have a section of his brain removed in surgery and wind up with a completely different personality. Who are they? It’s said that reality happens only once. So, who and what are you RIGHT NOW. That’s all we have, I guess.

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