“The oneness is the oneness.” (take one)
Now, who has any questions?
The ocean was addressing a rain cloud at the time of this utterance.
When Mr. Friedman, of Nobel prized economics repute, proudly proclaimed with great authority:
“The business of business is business.” He meant it. Many business types (great thinkers all, in business terms), professionally claimed him a genius.
I’m just saying,
When I express what I just did at the start of this post about oneness, people are not proclaiming much of anything about me. They yawn their appreciation. I have to smile…in a choosy sort of way…
What’s pure genius to some, is almost a non-sensical phrasing of the obvious to another…it doesn’t matter if it’s Mr. F’s observation or mine…both statements can be genius and unhelpfully obvious…both and at the same time…depending upon the angle from which you are viewing them…
So, much like with assessing beauty, obvious genius, even if it’s staring right at us, is still to be found in the eyes of the beholder.
What’s in your eyes?
Is it as obvious as what’s in mine?
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