What remains of our ‘person’ once we let go our ego?
Spirituality is essentially about recognizing what shapes and feeds our ego. Spiritual evolution engenders the process of the deconstruction of the ego, and we therefore experience detachment from our egotistical needs, and we rid, layer by layer, all that we consider as our personality. Each time we recognize a new layer, we free ourselves from what it entails. What is left then, of ourselves? I would say that for each layer of the ego that disappears, more and more love appears.