I think it is incorrect to say that we are clothed in material bodies, or at the very least it is highly
misleading. It seems to imply that what we are is not the material bodies at all but something else
entirely; that the material body is inessential to what we really are. And i think that this is certainly not
true. Although it is perfectly normal to talk about 'my body' and 'your body' in the same way as we talk
about 'my car' and 'your car', we shouldn't be mislead by the similarity in surface form. It is correct to
say 'I have a body', but we should not take this as implying that a body is something I own or
possess. It is also correct to say 'I have a bus to catch', and this doesn't imply that I own anything.