Now you might think, “Well, that’s all very nice, that’s a very nice model of the world, but there’s no way to put that into practice in the reality of our daily lives.”
And it would be understandable if you thought that. We are, after all, appearing to be separate beings, even if we aren’t in fact. We are, to be sure, acting as if we are separate beings—even if we are all the Same Stuff. We are acting so much so that if the various Parts of Us told other Parts of Us that We think there is only One of Us, the other Parts of Us would laugh at Us.
And if We insisted that We Are All One, the other Parts of Us would do more than laugh at Us. They would put Us away somewhere, so that We could not contaminate the rest of Us. And if that didn’t shut us up . . . well . . . they would have to take other measures.
Why? Why all this ominous stuff that sounds as if it’s coming out of a bad movie? Because the idea that We Are All One upsets every applecart in the world.
It upsets our global economy for sure. How would we proceed?
It upsets our global polity for sure. How would we proceed?
It upsets our global society for sure. How would we proceed?
And . . . here it comes . . . watch out now . . . it upsets our global theology for absolutely, positively sure. How would we proceed?
Everything we thought was true would not be true. Everything we thought was not true would be true. How would we be able to stand up for ourselves? How would we be able to fight for what is right? How would we be able to justify killing each other over what is right if we thought that we were killing ourselves over what is not even true?
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(NOTE from NDW SUPPORT: Neale considers THE ONLY THING THAT MATTERS (just released from Hay House) to be his most important book to emerge from God's inspiration since "Conversations with God." Neale's dream is that everyone could read every word that's in this text. He is therefore posting the entire book, line-by-line, here on Facebook, in daily excerpts. He hopes that you will find the book as beneficial as he has.)