‘The true meaning of emptiness in Buddhism has been misunderstood for so many years as nothingness, or void. But if we have understood that Buddhism is a realistic philosophy, it is impossible for us to understand emptiness like that. In Buddhism emptiness is just “as it is.” A cup is a cup. A cup never more than cup, or a cup is never less than cup.’ (from Hardcore Zen)
I would go on to suggest that you are you. You are never more than you, or less than you. How does that sound? Does that sound like emptiness?