210 – Billions like one, one like billions …

Doesn’t it make you wonder why your body grows with the peculiar differences that make you utterly unique yet at the same time with the same common structure of billions of other human beings? Aren’t you at least a bit curious to know why?

It is easily understood that we are utterly unique in the peculiar ways each one of us sense and understand reality, feel emotions, fall in love, dream, reason, think, and yet we are common in the sense that we belong to the same species and share the same fundamental bodily structure with billions of other human beings (four extremities, a skeleton that allows to stand erect, sexual organs, nervous system, an all-enveloping skin).

But it is not easy for us to understand that we are also universal in the sense that, from the moment we are engendered, we follow relatively pre-determined stages of development (childhood, adolescence, youth, adulthood, old age), and yet we have a degree of freedom to transform ourselves and our world.

Our intellects are not trained to consider our threefold nature. We are unique and common and universal – all at the same time. These three properties complement each other, and all are necessary to fully understand what we are.

Triality in Nature is universal. We are all complements of something greater than us that makes us like billions and unique among billions; something that can very well exist without us but without which we cannot exist.

Remember you are all people and all people

are you

Remember you are this universe and this

universe is you *

*Selected lines from Joy Harjo’s “Remember”

Revised June 2021   

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