One - ManyJune 30, 2011
Oneness often is looked at as many parts,
which form one whole together.
but that is the collection of apparent 'apartheids'.
Oneness is what appears as apparent Multitude.
multitude is the face of Oneness.
Oneness is what - individably - is not 'a' one,
with which is meant the same as with 'not two'…
Often what says 'I am part of Oneness',
is a withdrawn, imaginary apartheid,
which thinks to be home in Oneness.
In the Stillness of the One
even the concept of safety drops away,
and ultimately also the Stillness of the One.