A common ineffable but tangible thread unites us all, inextricably joining us as One, of the same original Source. Yet, since childhood, we are taught to live based on our differences and separations from each other, to look outwards, away from the centre where this One-ness is experienced.
From the first day of our lives, our consciousness is moulded by a furiously prominent frame that encourages us to judge our successes by comparing ourselves with others. By the time we reach adulthood, we find ourselves working in a forgetful frenzy, trying to build up a “perfect” external environment in which we believe we will finally feel happy and fulfilled. “Forgetful”, because we lose sight of the most important ingredient:
The “I”, the centre.