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Posted:I was watching a programme i recorded the other day, and on it, a monk asked a man, "Who are you?"
The man couldn't answer straight away. (infact he never answered). At first i was thinking, that's a simple enough question why isn't he answering?. Then i thought about it myself; who am i? Of course, the obvious biological answer came to mind, i am a product of my mum and dad, and also I am a product of my upbringing. But i didn't think that's what he meant.
How would you interpret the question? How would you answer it? Is it answerable?