Unity Does Not Mean Uniformity

We can have unity in diversity.

We are all one common element
– and that is pure consciousness –
but we are unique in methods of realisation and expression.

There is oneness in realisation,
but our paths are not the same.
This is why we work in harmony, rather than in unison.

Our path is our own conventional confusion,
but our destination is the same:
the ultimate realisation of pure consciousness.

A group may be of benefit for a while.
Then, we are alone … all one.

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