New Realms

“Hello, My Friend, I hug you Who Art Myself, and I say to you Who art Myself – Come, Myself, expand with Me. There are no boundaries in Oneness. There is full expansion and no limits. None. Oneness is a great place to be with Me, and, don’t forget what a great place Oneness is for Me to be with you. We do not have to tell the One of Us apart from the other.”

We can’t even say that Love lies between Us! Love? Love? between Us? Love is OF Us. Our Love is One.

Dear One, why would I say Us as if We can be two? Language can be propitious. In the English language, the word I is ultimately singular and capitalized. How did this happen? Of course, this makes sense yet seemingly reflects the idea of Oneness existing within God and man.

How does any language come to exist? It grew. I have long said there are no accidents. Nevertheless, languages grew. Every language is a product of the land it grows from. Of course, language is reflective of the air and terrain and sky of the land it arises from. Certainly, no language is irrespective of its environment. Even so, there is a story that languages were thrown up in the air all at once to be scrambled and named Babel.

How deeply do the sounds of each language affect its speakers? Deeply. All languages flow. Some sounds can only be learned to be spoken through a certain age of a speaker. Later, no one can learn to speak that sound. Babies play with sounds and prepare themselves.

Man everywhere is a creature who speaks. Languages grow from the geography that abounds near them. Everyone’s language is precious to those who speak it. Languages are meaningful in more ways than one. The language you grow up in is called your mother tongue.

Too much cannot be made of a specific language. The language anyone grows up in has an influence, a great influence, a profound influence. All sounds and languages are beyond measure.

Every language produces poets. In every language, there are stories and songs. Languages also take words from other languages. You have grown up with words adopted into your native language that at the time, you had no idea were borrowed from far away tongues that also travel around the world.

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