One day the search for yourself will end for good. It may coincide with your body's last breath, or it may happen decades before.
Regardless of when or how, awareness will reveal with crystal clarity, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that there never was a "me or mine" or "you or yours" to find, define, fix or improve.
By letting go of every thing, ALL is gained.
Although the body/mind is not easily convinced and relentlessly seeks ways to add more, the truth, if tasted, can be trusted.
As the story of "me" comes to an end (how sad, lonely, and scary it sounds), a very familiar sense of peace & wonder expands endlessly within. It's the most precious gift we can open, and best to accept while there's a body to enjoy it! The bonus prize is, there is no one to blame, or anyone to feel bad, sad, scared, better, worse, etc. for how long it took to wake up.
No me, no mine, no you, no yours. This sounds crazy, Impossible, boring, and pointless - I "thought" so too before I took a taste. That's just the mind trying to justify it's senior level position. The only thing required now is to observe it as closely as you would a very small child or sick loved placed in your care.
No me, no mine. Switch from playing the lead actress to sitting in the audience, and just see what happens. After all, one must have proof. If desire is sincere and attention earnest, you'll walk out of the theater, into the bright sunlight. No me, no mine will be disorienting at times, but it sure beats the alternative - continuing to play the same old part, desperately searching for next big role before the money and clock run out. But hey, to each her own, all I'm saying is I know first hand how easy it is to do things the hard way...