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You hear me all the time

Yet I am not sound

You see me all the time

Yet I cannot be seen

You use me all the time

Yet you do not realize it

I created your world

Yet most ignore me

I am always everywhere

Yet always in one place

I am always white

Yet I am also black


What hath be my identity?

UPDATE: Just a slight error that I made-The title was meant to say what, not who. So we are looking for a physical obect. Take a look at the answr that has air. It is not correct, but it has the right idea.

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    $\begingroup$ do you mean Yet I cannot be seen instead of seem? $\endgroup$ – Mel Apr 14 at 4:53
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    $\begingroup$ "What hath be" is ungrammatical in any version of English - is that intentional? $\endgroup$ – chasly from UK Apr 14 at 9:12
  • $\begingroup$ @Mel Fixed, and yes it is intentional Chasly $\endgroup$ – Rewan Demontay Apr 14 at 10:34
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the answer is:

Air

line 1-2:

You hear me all the time Yet I am not sound

means:

The movements of the particles in the air are something that can be heard but we can not hear it because of the constant noise around us (there are special quiet rooms where you can hear the moving air)

line 3-4:

You see me all the time Yet I cannot be seen

means:

We seem to see the air all the time, but we really do not see it because it is transparent

line 5-6:

You use me all the time Yet you do not realize it

means:

We breathe all the time and use the air but we do not think about it and we see it for granted

line 7-8:

I created your world Yet most ignore me

means:

Air is the one that allows life on earth, but we ignore it and continue to create air pollution

line 9-10:

I am always everywhere Yet always in one place

means:

It is everywhere in the world, but it is still in one place that is the Earth and is not in the rest of the stars in the universe

line 11-12:

I am always white Yet I am also black

means:

It has no color but can get color according to the circumstances when there is:a fog is - air's color is white, a soot is -air's color is black

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My Identity Is Who I Am. So Who Am I?

I am your mind.

You hear me all the time, yet I am not sound

I can hear the thoughts and the voice in my mind but it doesn't make an actual sound.

You see me all the time, yet I cannot be seen

I can picture in my mind what my it thinks but it's just imagination, I can't see it outside of my mind but I can have an idea that I can eventually "see" (maybe it's more appropriate if I say "imagine")

You use me all the time, yet you do not realize it

I can see what's in my mind (or as I said before, I can imagine it) but I can't physically see it.

I created your world, yet most ignore me

Without our mind we wouldn't exist, since we wouldn't be able to think and do other basic stuff, so our mind determines what and who we are, but nobody can see it.

I am always everywhere, yet always in one place

We can think of being in a lot of places at the same time, or anyway, we can think of a lot of things and this makes our mind space between different places at the same time. That's why we can say our mind is everywhere. But at the end of the day it's still always inside us.

I am always white, yet I am also black

This might refer to the fact that we might be in a positive or negative state of mind. Or that our mind can either be pure or evil. Or that it might be active, smart, clear or lazy.

What hath be my identity?

I suppose it's my mind or my imagination or both.

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My Identity Is Who I Am. So Who Am I?

I don't have a separate identity than the person to who I belong. I am your conscience.

You hear me all the time

Yet I am not sound

Figuratively you hear it (inner voice) though it is not explicitly sounded.

You see me all the time

Yet I cannot be seen

Again, figuratively you can notice your conscience trying to guide you though it cannot literally be seen.

You use me all the time

Yet you do not realize it

Heeding to conscience happens all the time though subconsciously.

I created your world

Yet most ignore me

The world you sense around you is a sensation created by me (in my sense of consciousness) yet most of you do not even acknowledge my presence.

I am always everywhere

Yet always in one place

I am with you wherever you go, but am always in the single place where you are.

I am always white

Yet I am also black

Mostly I am associated with positive guidance but I may mislead sometimes.

What hath be my identity?

Not sure if this is a hint in some way.

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