I don't know exactly why but it seems that:
I cannot be me if I have no problem.
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You got a problem with that?
If you think of the "me" that is constantly thinking, then you're probably correct that that "me" disappears when it has no problems to occupy itself with. But there's another "me", the one which contemplates, the one which does not hold on to any particular experience, but rather let them flow through without fears or expectations. That "me" seems to always exist, even in the absence of any experience other than the experience of itself.