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“All of man’s problems derive from the fact that we do not know what we are, and cannot agree on what to become.”
– Jean Bruller, who wrote under the pseudonym Vercors during the French resistance.
Few truer things have been spoken. In Ka Ta See we say that all our problems derive from the fact that we do not know who and what we are, and without knowing that we carry great confusion about where we’re going and who we would like to become.
Today we have a bit of a twist to the problem.
There are a great many people who genuinely acknowledge that they do not know who they are, and they deeply desire and are sincere about wanting to find out.
And, there’s a larger and larger number of people, especially within spiritual groups, who sincerely believe they already know who and what they are.
Ka Ta See offers us an image to provide an idea about who and what we might be, what the totality of our being might look like and how much we truly know about it: