Friday, 29 March 2013

Shall I Compare The One to Space?

Every building starts off as empty space.

Before the building is erected, there is empty space.  After the building has been erected, various rooms are created inside the building. If the building is a house, the rooms are designed as living areas. If the building is an office block, the rooms are designed as offices or whatever the requirements are.

Whether the building is a house, office block, or business, space is still present.

The space that is in the building is the same space that is outside the building and everywhere present. In other words, all space is connected.

The space that is the building is the same space that is appearing as roads, parks, countryside, land, water, the earth and what we consider to be outer space and the universe at large. In other words, all space is one and the same.

Space is like the One/Spirit that is manifested as the all.

Just as space is boundless, free and limitless so is the One boundless, free and limitless.

Only One exists and that One is manifested as me.

The One that is manifested as me is the same One that is manifested as the all.

All space is one.
All is One.

Enocia

Related articles:Take Control or Be Controlled - Revisited; All is One; Space; The Law of One - Revisited; The One Self in All

NB: The title of this article was inspired by Shakespeare's Sonnet 18 which has the line: "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?"