An orientation 2

A whole is more than the sum of its parts, as our reality is more than the sum of its part we may experience, surmise or determine. Reality contains a multitude of whole beings and their realities.

We seemingly exist separate from what we experience and hold to some of the things we experience while denying others, inside and out both within our whole. Our whole is a whole godly living being, in and of creation, touched by the rest of creation, next to other whole entities, in reality. We are free to relate with what we experience or find our way to becoming an integral part of our whole. This becoming a part must be in relation with the whole self for the whole body projects our self, our reality and the sense of separation between them and between them and the whole body. The whole body becomes more complete with its parts becoming more integrated parts.