An anonymous (OK, actually they had a clever username, but that doesn’t always help me establish the identity) contributor has forwarded a video from neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor via the Web site, TED — ideas worth spreading.
She woke up one morning and felt all of her functions slipping away one by one. She realized, she says, that when we talk about ourselves as “me,” we perhaps should say “we.”
If you’d like to read the transcript, find it here.
Keep in mind, it’s just one person’s experience.