I am not what you think. I am not even what you have first-impressions about. I am more than just a set of random dots of impressions had of me over circumstantial chance-encounters. I am when you care enough to see beyond your personal lenses to who I am beyond those set of previous impressions. ‘I am’ is not just a personal complete statement for self-interest but a reference to the existential angst that the individual ‘I’ goes through when several around advice to drop the ‘I’ because ‘I’ is ‘ego-centricity.’ Maybe ‘I’ is an ego-range between selfish and selfless where selfish and selfless is needed to keep us centripeting and centrifugating healthily in becoming an individual of substance, which is required to be a countable citizen of Earth with a mind of one’s own as a valuable contributor to Life-posterity.