I am not sure why I was meant to realize what I realize. Perhaps it must be told. Thank G-d for free speech. I love you all. So here we go: That which is, itself is. One self itself is. Let me rephrase this: Oneself itself is. Now we can leave out the word 'itself' out of the previous wordings and simply state that 'Oneself Is'. This brings us to the final conclusion that 'that which is, is oneself'. That which is the collective is, in reality, Oneself experiencing itself as the collective. It is this what is meant with 'we are one'. It literally means 'oneself itself is', 'singularity itself is', 'singleness itself is'. The collective is, in reality, oneself imagining otherness. Otherness is experienced to escape alONEness, indeed SINGLEness. Singleness is that which is. We are Singleness experiencing itself. The perception of MANIfoldness is ONEfoldness. ONEfoldness has created its own illusory perception of plurality for the sole purpose of companionship. All that is, is all Oneself. YHWH/ื™ื”ื•ื” is Oneself as in One Indivisible Self; yes, One Self indeed. It is this what Moses tried to convey. All is Oneself and otherness is illusioned. I itself is. I is I. We are literally Oneself experiencing itself. I hope I don't upset anyone with this. Maybe we are meant to come together. I don't have any other explanation for it; other than that Oneself seeks to unite itself.
~ Wald Wassermann