All beings are vortices through which the world pours.
All beings pass through each other.
One being contains innumerable others.
If we could free ourselves from our temporal blindness, we would see ourselves not as individual units, but as interconnected nodes
within a cloud of matter and energy.
The idea that the sixty or seventy or eighty liters of space that our
limited body occupies is “our” space is hopelessly myopic.
In reality we occupy the world and each other.
This, in a sense, is our true form.
Living as a River
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