From the archives of some theosophical e-mail lists.
One day the Master asked, "What, in your opinion, is the most important of all religious questions?"
He got many answers:
"Does God exist?" "Who is God?"
"What is the path to God?" "Is there a life after death?"
"No," said the Master. "The most important question is: 'Who am I?'"
The disciples got some idea of what he was hinting at when they overheard him talking to a preacher:
Master: "So then, according to you, when you die your soul will be in heaven?"
Master: "And your body will be in the grave?"
Master: "And where, may I ask, will you be?"