The Truth reveals itself in the question "Who Am I?"
When we were very little babies, we didn`t have any attributes and we were free. But while growing up, we start to associate ourselves with tags and labels that are specific for our birthplace and social environment. And the problem is that we believe in these tags and then start to protest and protect them, forgetting that these are just imaginary and worthless labels, while the Truth is formless and mind-unreachable, and it can be revealed if we do not question: who we are indeed?
But I don't declare you to forget about all social norms and to fall into nirvana, i just point at their conditional nature and show people how to play with them. It`s like in theatre, when people use dresses and decorations to create the image, but they know when the play starts and when it finishes and when starts the reality. So the same is with life, but people often identify themselves with the roles they play, forgetting that we are much deeper than what we are trying to play. We lose our actors and spectators, and keep only one role, stagnated and frozen in neurotic spasms. Whereas actually our nature is much deeper than all the roles we play. If we could just understand that there is no scale of values, that one belief is no more important than another one, that everything is just multicolored decorations, than we would treat each other in a slightly different way, the majority of conflicts would just lose their sense. Unfortunately, still there are people who try to do their best to sustain the partition paradigm in the society. They manipulate with ideas, values, and ideologies to divide people and to rule over them.
I do not know what to do with it and how to deal with it, but I have an opportunity to return peoples` look into recognition of who we really are. There is something extremely important in us, that had appeared much earlier than «I am Russian, I am Georgian, I am German». We simply are, and this is the only thing we may indeed know about us.