You’re Always Alone
Charlie Ambler

In reality you are never alone. This is only ego. When ego dissolves you realize that you are a drop in the ocean — both alone and together with everybody and everything else.

When you are “alone” you still cling to the illusion of separation where ego divides everybody in friend or foe, friend or stranger, us and them, me and you.

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