For instance, oneness is not a concept or knowledge. But if one got the knowledge of it but one is in ignorance of oneself, then there will happen a battle of righteousness.
In fact, we can often see such battles. It’s like explaining how accurately one understands the concept and how wrong others are.
Unfortunately, the battle can develop into physical violence.
Nevertheless, most people will try to prevent such a development by willpower, but it is common for them to resent and complain about society and others internally. It means there is no peace inside and outside.
Therefore, know oneself and need self-acceptance as one is. The ultimate self as consciousness, and the aspect of ego, one should be equally profound, realized and accepted.
That’s the only way to get rid of conflict, battle in this world.
When something happens, many people differentiate the criminal as if he or she were a completely different human being from them, and they want to think that they are the only one who won’t do so no matter what happens, but if conditions are met, everyone will definitely make the same choice and act the same way as the criminal does.
That’s what human beings.
The point is whether you can see the same divinity as your true self in any person’s behavior.
If you bring a “special” in it, or don’t see the same divinity in anyone, it’s a big lie against God who is your true self.
Be careful of the mind that wants to think you’re different or that identifies yourself with it.
Always have the deep compassion and live with God.
The person who can see divinity (=yourself) in anyone one meets is happy.
In order to see the sacred nature (=your true self) in people is needed recognizing oneself as God, and understanding the differences between one’s true self and false self by continuing to observe the inside (movements of emotions, thoughts, and ego, etc.) without any judgment.
And of course, observing oneself without any judgment is needed stillness inside.
No one can tell the truth or live the truth without their own experience. In other words, no knowledge or mimicry alone can become one’s own truth.