THE DELUSION OF SEPARATENESS
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A young girl, wearing an orange dress, stands on a large rock, her back to the ocean. In her right hand are some crayons, and in her left is a picture she has drawn, apparently of herself. She seems unaware of the large cat lying in the grass; and the cat looks away from her, out to sea. Several golden streamers fly above her head, and she has trapped one of them with her foot.
We have heard it said: "We are born alone, and we die alone--in fact, we are alone." And for those who believe this, it is true. On the other hand, there is mounting evidence that we are not in any way, at any time, alone.
We are like mushrooms in a fairy ring: separated above the surface, but connected underneath by a continuous network of roots. [SOLD]