Neurobiology tells us there is no ‘I’ at the center of our brain.
Buddhism informs us that there is no self.
Sub-molecular physics tells us there is virtually no matter underlying matter . . . that it is vast empty space with infinitesimally small energy whorls blipping in and out of existence.
(Sports tells us that there is no ‘I’ in ‘team’ . . . but I digress, the illusory I digresses.)
Isn’t it mind bending?
It’s a kind of existential vertigo.
From nothing, something
From emptiness, fullness
From immaterial, material
From unseen, seen
From void, all
From thought, this
From You, me