“I and the Father are one”.

All not-at-one-ness, all division, rests on a clinging to individuality that hinders the coalescence into unity.

… being that truly understands itself grasps that it only comes to itself by moving away from itself and finding its way back as relatedness to its true primordial state.

Ratzinger J. (1969) I to C. (pp189-190)


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