The myth of our “separation” perches precariously upon
the pointed wedge of the most minute differences.
The ideas that a great gulf of separation exists between any of us is simply a myth. It is myth that rests, precariously, upon the wedged-tip of our perceived differences.
The “differences” between any of us are substantial only in relation to the amount of significance that we place upon them.
“You” and “Me” can co-exist. “You” does not always need to be interpreted as “not Me”.