Why take your “self” so seriously? From the world’s perspective, your “self” doesn’t exist

At the end of the day, the only thing that we really “know” is based on what we can experience, or more precisely what we can perceive — that is, what we can confirm from the interactions with the world, as told through our own senses. We know that a honeycrisp apple is real because we perceive it by feeling its weight in our hand…

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