Oneness of All Being

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There is a bond, unseen but unmistakable, that links man to man, man to beast, man to plant, and man to mineral. The familiar phrase, "All is one, and one is all" speaks of this connection and union between all beings.

This bond is easily seen between mother and child, but it too is apparent between man and his mate, between twins, and among close friends and family members. There too, according to some New Agers, is a special link between so-called "Soul Mates" and "Twin Mates."

We are part of the earth and it is part of us. The perfumed flowers are our sisters. The bear, the deer, the great eagle, these are our brothers. The rocky crests, the dew in the meadow, the body heat of the pony, and man--all belong to the same family. We love this earth as a newborn loves its mother's heartbeat.


For hundreds of years, the Indians lived in harmony with nature, treating fauna and flora as their dear brothers and sisters, and Mother Earth as their sustainer and protectress. They recognized and lived by the Universal Law of Oneness of all creation.

Hopefully, this oneness will also translate soon into action, for the advancement of the human race and for the harmonious co-existence of all beings.

"Will you teach your children what we have taught our children? That the earth is our mother? That what befalls the earth befalls all the sons of the earth?"


True to these words, the destruction that has befallen the planet is now being borne by the starving and suffering sons of man. World hunger, poverty, pollution, and environmental destruction are some unpleasant realities of the present.

I hope it is not yet too late for the human race.

1 Response to "Oneness of All Being"

Ancient Clown Says :
Wed Apr 18, 01:08:00 AM 2007

Blessings;

It is never too late to hope. As long as the last breathe remains in your lungs you can affect change.
I AM, a spiritual being not a religious one, but as the 'Town of Ninevah' changed their fate by returning to GOD when Jonah entered their gates, so may we all.
I invite you to visit and explore "Ancient's History". I think you will find many things to observe including a post I called 'Look me in the Eye".
your humble servant,
ancient clown

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