The verbalization of this title is “We are One” Wa Nan Desuka, which translates to “What does We Are One mean?” or “What is We Are One?”
If you’re new to this blog, often in many posts I sign it:
We Are One,
*my, or someones name here*
I feel like it’s a good way to bring everything around full circle, that You are reading something that You wrote.
Do you remember the blog post called “The Author and the Character”, I described how there is You, the Author of the story, and then there is you, the character.
Note the differences is the way of writing them. You with a capital, like “God”, and you with a lowercase… like “god”.
A subtle difference for sure, and yet a great and important difference between the two, the awarenes
s of which allows for a much more intimate understanding and perception of what is… the lack of awareness of which allows for someone to feel like they are being more “spiritual” than someone else… which is sometimes the case too. Continue reading