Pluribus Unum Est.

E Pluribus Unum (Out of many, One), or, Pluribus Unum Est (All the many are all Oneself) which is perhaps Plures Sint Unu? Man, man, man; that's what happens if you sleep during Latin class. 1 Corinthians 12 (Sicut enim corpus unum est,, et tamen habet plures partes,, ita omnia membra, si plures sint,, unum corpus sunt,. Ita etiam est Christi). Anyway: The significance of I AM is that God is not only One, Self-Existent and Eternal but that God is One Inseparable Self as in all that is as One for it is. God is Oneself. Oneself is the undivided One. The answer to the question as why Oneself perceives itself as separate is simple. Try listening to the same song for a couple of hours and let me know how you feel. So does Oneself feel. Oneself is all of us as One for we are. Diversity is our strength and our sanity. Make no mistake. It is how we got here in the first place; I guarantee it. There's thus nothing wrong with diversity; quite the contrary. We just need to stay aligned to our purpose. Our purpose is to love and be loved while seeing all as self for all is self. If you don't believe me, I am sure we'll be happy to provide you with a one-way ticket to the moon so you can go figure it out for yourself (a couple of years in solitary confinement will bring it back for sure). In the time being, I suggest everyone to enjoy the company and watch Tom Hanks in Cast Away again before lashing out against the benefit of diversity. Lex Pluribus Unum Est indeed. Love one another! You don't know what you've got until it's gone.
~ Wald Wassermann