Where Are You?
You are not your body.
It functions without You.
You can not be a soul if it's living inside You.
You are not the beliefs that You make up.
They are merely the difference between You drinking from a full or a half empty cup.
Look for your self.
How can You resist?
You will soon find out,
You do not really exist.
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