Friday, February 15, 2008

Oneness

How can Life be sustained with differences? Forms constantly change. What is the animating force between the forms, the space we see as nothing? Is the air a dead space? Is your house a dead space? Does a "life force" only run through living things? If so, what is this force that animates but ends up in the death of the form? What stability and permanence could there be for something which constantly changes? Certainly, this force cannot be counted on. There would be chaos as each "living" form has its own animating force. Under this scenario each animating force would compete with another. Each would attempt to "sustain" its existence through hoarding of resources, through winning over another animating force. And God would be competing against all of these animating forces. Through logic, we are left with what is truth by eliminating what is obviously not truth. There must be something within which the changing of forms is contained. Appearances, the changing of forms, is contained within the truth that is Oneness. The appearance of impermanence is contained within the permanence. There can be no breaks in the animating force. Oneness contains all.

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