I was echoing the “who am I” from “Dr Who Am I” from “Saint Who Am I”. Same conceptualizations of the Self.

I feel so dumb now. I woke up with a realization that I’ve been repeating something I *thought* was so darn clever, but it’s not. Here:

“Who am I?”
My typical answer – something about being a convergence.

“You are a combination of everybody that ever influenced you and their words echo through your mind and make up who you are – and, while you may speak with a million voices, the final voice is uniquely you.” -Me, Right? No.

or variations of that. Sounds great right?

Well, where did I get that idea from?

The PhD Thesis.

I was analogizing the “I” to a PhD Thesis. Not the *process* of Education going from Kindergarten to PhD – but the final paper leading to The Man with a Name for *Himself*, the Dr. Version of You.

I… was… describing the self… as a Thesis and didn’t even see it. apoewijfapejwfp

Fuck. I mean I had to analogize to SOMETHING but I didn’t realize _what_ it WAS I was analogizing to.

“We’re mostly not-unique with a litle bit of unique on top” Yeah, a Thesis. Revo-fucking-lutionary Ken. apwofiejoapiew

And the oral Thesis one gives before a panel?
“Standing before God for Judgement” and defending your uniqueness and authenticity.

opajfiweopwfjopiwpoiajfe I shouldn’t be surprised. The WHOLE of University education *is* based upon Christiandom’s structure. I mean, that’s where it came from obviously, but I believed it was different, just as I believe *I* was different, but I was echoing the “who am I” from “Dr Who Am I” from “Saint Who Am I”. Same conceptualizations of the Self.

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