Here is what I think about the story in Me? Who? – part 1.
No quest of spirituality is complete without quest in ego. By questioning the validity of this “me”, the teacher sets the person on this path of introspection. One day the person finds that there is no “me”.
In his book “The Way Of Zen”, Alan Watts gives an excellent analogy to explain the relation between me, the ego and the universe. This is what he says (kind of)
“The cells of our body are constantly dying and new cells are being formed. The food that we eat comes from environment and goes back into environment. The thoughts enter our mind and leave our mind. In essence, out identity is not a physical entity. Rather it is just a pattern the way cells organize themselves and thoughts process themselves. This is no different that a whirlpool in water. The water molecules constantly enter the whirlpool and exit it. Whirlpool does not own the water molecules. Rather it is a pattern in which the water molecules arrange themselves for a while. At the end of life of whirlpool, it goes back into the water by all means.”
Like it or not, we are all just whirlpools in this universe. Like it or not, you are just a pattern, just a way body cells and thoughts and beliefs are organized. Once you rotate enough, you will go back in your environment.
You have convinced yourself of a valid entity called ego which keeps everything in check and controls everything. But like it or not. There is nobody inside you. Your core is hollow. There is nobody who is in charge of your personality. You are just an arrangement, where one desire taking over after another, one cell of body taking place of another. “You” are a mere convention, rather than physical entity.