Community – How Oneness May Be the Natural Order

Everything about us as humans speaks of oneness. Community.

Starting with conception, a successful sperm and ovum (egg) leave their communities for the purpose of continuing as one. We move from oneness to oneness.

Could oneness of purpose be our natural order?

The physical human body, when viewed from the outside, appears as one form. When the body, however, is studied under considerable magnification and with scrutiny towards detail of both inner and outer properties, it becomes clearer just how community-oriented we are – right down to the quantum levels of matter.

Based on common purpose, our interconnections become our vitality. It seems that nurture supports inner-connections to fulfill ONE intention – wholeness. This success of oneness is derived by each member giving and receiving 100%. Giving and receiving are BOTH necessary components of ONEness.

Oneness of purpose is the natural order for successful survival of all species of life on earth. All organisms, from the micro to the macro, reproduce and thus live in community into infinity.

The Myth of Individualism

When I am in pain or feeling alone, or misunderstood, I want someone to comfort and validate me. When I’m celebrating, I want to do it with others. Our social infrastructures on this planet support gatherings. To infinity, this propensity for gathering draws us ever-closer to REALIZATION of ONEness.

Expression of My Marriage Metaphor

Thought and emotion run the body – whether or not I’m aware. Marriage represents the end of separation. When conscious choice marries thought and emotion, enlightenment is the result. How does this translate into my expression of self?

First of all, expression represents an intended communication, symbolized in a code-like language, a causal enactment that implies a shared reality exists between communicants. Therefore, I assume a certain level of shared understanding based on our commonality of expression of mind and heart.

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