Sound of Voices II

Yes, I am a narcissist, but not selfish. I celebrate myself, I love myself and I love my life, what else I can be other than a narcissist? I have prayer now as Gibran prayed, “Keep me away from the wisdom which does not cry, the philosophy which does not laugh and the greatness which does not bow before children.”

‘Who am I?’ was the next question I had to answer. An age-old and worn out thought extinguished within itself was worthless to answer, but I had to; everyone has to. I didn’t struggle much. I found my meanings, destinations, purposes, existences and myself and I became multiple; myriads and myriads of selves and extensions of a single source of energy. I am many now. In addition, I don’t have to answer the question ‘who am I?’ I am you, everything born and unborn, living and dead; I consist of that source of ultimate energy which resides in every atoms, molecules, particles structured into different forms, figures and elements like, earth, water, air, fire and space. I carry them within me. Moreover, you do the same. I do reflect the ultimate source of energy that you call god. I am. I am a universal being consisting this vast mighty universe including you. We are same; we share the same source of energy. Therefore, I am universal.

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