"What did you say?" "Who are they?" "Who is writing all this?" Well, who is reading it? Who is there to do, or to appear to do, the one or the other? Really, really, what a question! Who indeed! Why, no one, of course; who could there be? Surely that is evident, axiomatic, elementary? From the beginning there has never been a single "who," as Hui Neng approximately said; "who," utterly absent noumenally, is ubiquitous phenomenally.
Whoever asks the question, that is "who"?'
He is the seeker who is the sought, the sought who is the seeker.
He done it!
-Master Wei Wu Wei