I know who you are.
You may be wondering how that’s possible. After all, as a reader of this post you could be from anywhere in the world. You could be any nationality or speak any language. How could I possibly know you?
And yet, I do.
You may be thinking I’m joking or crazy to make such a claim.
You may be asking yourself why I would say such a thing. Aren’t we all very different beings? Don’t we all have our own points of view? Isn’t there too much variety for everyone to be known?
What do you think?
Are there enough similarities between us that bind us together? Enough commonalities that each of us can be known by the other?
It’s an interesting thought, isn’t it?
Could it be possible that we each share the same basic traits or are we dependent on the idea that we are all totally unique and cannot be known to one another without a great depth of connection?
So many questions.
Here are some of my answers. I supply them as considerations because I never want anyone to believe anything I say if it doesn’t feel true to them.
I trust you completely to decide all things for yourself (for your self).
But you see, I still believe what I said. And the reason I feel I know you is that I know where you came from.
I believe each one of us here shares the same birthplace…heaven.
I believe we swam in the same ocean of bliss, and we chose to come here to this earth to live a part of our symphony together. And although we may play separate parts, we share the same source.
I believe we were united in heaven, known by each other, bound by love.
When we arrived here, some of us may have chosen to forget everything, even our connection to each other. We may have released great parts of our truth, even who we really are.
I’d like to help you remember.
That’s part of why I’m telling you that I know who you are. So that you can look at all those who seem so different from you, but aren’t. You can look past their appearance and see inside of them. And when you look carefully, you may realize that we are one beautiful being, split into many shapes and sizes. Each of us a reflection of the divine, walking here together.
I know who you are my beautiful, radiant friend and I’m glad that we are here together.
2 Replies to “I Know Who You Are”
I think also that life on Earth is a common, shared existence. Inhabiting human bodies, we experience emotions and feelings and that is a common bond for us. Acknowledging, honoring, and respecting those emotions and feelings is key, regardless of why.
I agree whole-heartedly with you my friend.