The desire to be and have more hides, there is no more than that which is one

The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The graphic is grabbed from the web.

No matter how many copies you make of digital movies, music and photos and how they are being used, nothing is missing from the original. It is unchanged. The same applies to that which is one, no matter how much more you appear to be and have in a world, where there seems to be more than one, oneness is unchanged. It is formless, so there is not something to change – neither is there something that can disappear. Yet it is possible to believe that all the copied, remixed and extended versions of oneness can hide it.

The more you get, the more the brain rewards your greed by releasing more dopamine and endorphins to make you feel more high on yourself.

This belief is necessary to uphold as long as you are in the race of being and having more than that which is one, because without this belief there is not something that appears to hide, that there is no more than the formlessness of that which is one.

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To be and have more only seems desirable, because you think you have excluded that which is you, namely the formlessness of that which is one. This cannot be solved by including that which is you, because in the world you are defined as someone specific and to be the formlessness of that which is one you must be nobody. To solve it you must leave the world. Not in reality though, because in reality you are not there.

The world is make-believe, and when you see it is an illusion just like Santa Claus, the belief is automatically undone. This you see, when it makes no difference to be more or not.

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It is very tiring to always appear as someone definitive. There seems to be more and more to correct and make better in order to uphold the specific image that you have fabricated of yourself. And that is why it is so tiring to appear as someone definitive. There is no more than that which is one, so it is not possible to add or subtract something to look better.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.3 To include is to not exclude.