I am

I am is not a thought, it just is.


It is but a thought that makes me recognize the similarities among what Mooji says here, what JK says (equally kindly I might add), and what UG says in a “i couldn’t care less” manner.

It is good to see so many things that “I” sort of identify myself with – conditioning of mind? religious stories? the Advaita¬†making me talking?

Take your pick Рbut it is simple. I am fortunate to be here, and now.