Friday, July 02, 2004

All is one

I am one. You are one. We are two. What divides us? Our duality. But anything divided by itself is one. So we are one. I see many different things when I look out my window. But the source of the difference is me, because I see them as different from myself. All these things have their reflections in myself, because as I see them I ingest them as perceptions. They become me, and in doing so they become one. Their own difference creates a condition whereby their difference is negated. Make two and see how quickly they become one again. Laugh and enjoy the paradox. Things are constantly dividing themselves by themselves in order to return to unity.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Mann kann kein Apfelmus mit Apfelsine machen.