Never Really Alone

Never really alone:

that I’m never really alone, or perhaps better said — is that all there is appears from the same seamless source as I do, that I have the company of the world shared within my view. This isn’t to make the claim of any ultimate source of pure awareness, it’s too personal for that, intimate, and only what comes to me from my own seeing of how life flows from every point of my attention. Wherever I turn there is…




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