We are all familiar with the expression, “You are what you eat”. In fact, we can say “We are what we think and what we eat”.
This is not an original concept by any means. In truth, it belongs to the teachings of the Christ. However, by adding just four words, it is even more relevant to our time, right now.
What do you call you? What defines you? What are the key substances and the myriad of elements that make up you? What is the source of that you?
Going further, what is the source of that you — behind your mother and father and ancestors going back for generations? We end up with two important questions. What is the true nature of life? What is our own unique purpose in life?