There is only Oneself Desiring Companionship.

Mahatma Gandhi’s quote 'an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind; what it means is that there is only One eye that sees itself. The all-seeing eye is all of us as One for we; it is all that is as one for it is. Self is One without a second. There is thus nothing to fight about for One seeks nothing more but companionship in its self created and perceived diversity. In other words; there are not many separate selves; there is only one self (oneself). Oneself seeks to negate its own singleness and alOness. It is why diversity exists. Not to fight but to have companionship. Hence the message of Love. Love one another for there is no other. There is only Oneself desiring companionship. It is a difficult realization but a beautiful one. It can be understood in many ways through all religions as well as through the sciences. Truth is one; the path to realizing the truth is one are many. Some examples (provide me with a phrase and I will add it): I am the vine; you are the branches. - Christianity, John 15:5 ESV. There is only Oneself. - Ribhu Gita verse 59. Truth is One. - Rig Veda. Ik Onkar, เฉด. - The central tenet of Sikhism. ‏ู„ุง ุงู„ู‡ ุงู„ุง ุงู„ู„ู‡ - The central tenet of Islam. Got iz alts, and alts iz Got*. - The central tenet of Hasidism. Leit atar panuy mineih (There is no place that is empty of Him). - Aramaic. Lastly quantum mechanics: The finite magnitude of the quantum of action prevents altogether a sharp distinction being made between a phenomenon and the agency by which it is observed. - Niels Bohr.  Peace, never out, always in. Om Shanti Om. * The original Yiddish for the above is ืַืœืฅ ืื™ื– ื’ืָื˜.
~ Wald