If the reader, that is I — the I in the body reading these words — am still reading, then it’s safe to assume that ‘I’ already have some knowledge of what I am. I may have noticed some, a few, or many, of the following points:
I am not always truthful
I am not always honest
I am not always pleasant to others
I am not always content
I am not always pleasant to be with
I am sometimes angry
I am sometimes moody
I am sometimes aggressive
I sometimes regret being aggressive
I am sometimes confused
I sometimes have conversations with myself
I sometimes tell myself off
I sometimes criticize myself
I sometimes boast
I sometimes want something
I sometimes am greedy for something
I sometimes reject others
I sometimes regret actions I have made.
I am not telling you anything that you — that I — don’t know — am I?
One? Which one?
If I, that I that is in the body reading these words, look closely at the list above I might notice something. I might notice that I am not in fact always one being but am often more than one.