Nice one Anastasia. I enjoy a healthy dialogue between writers! I beg to differ with your use of the word “false” however. False according to whom? You? 7.7 billion other people on the planet? Neuropsychology? Metaphysics? According to the laws of the universe, physics, consciousness etc? I read your article btw. However, I am writing from a spiritual perspective that you are not your thoughts, but the awareness who observes them. If indeed you are your thought as you argue, what are you going to think next? Moreover, who is the “I’ observing your thoughts? Where is this “I” located? Why do thoughts change frequently? Is a depressed person their thoughts? Are the people who suffer from the following conditions defined by their thoughts and if so, why can’t they change their thoughts? Bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia, Obsessive compulsive disorder, PTSD. Thanks again for your input!