A Supreme Bhakta

 

“There is complete oneness between him and his Lord—the peak of Adwaita.”

These were few words that were extracted from an ebook about the Radha Prema. But what stuck to me is this. This sentence “There is complete oneness between him and his Lord” makes complete sense to us, but what if we replace the meaning of “Complete Oneness” in the above sentence,

The different meanings of Oneness are,

1. The quality or state of being one; singleness or wholeness.

2. Singularity; uniqueness.

3. A state or condition of perfect harmony or accord.

4. Sameness of character: the disagreeable oneness of roadside landscapes.

5. Unison; agreement.

Substitute any of these words into the sentence and re-read the sentence. “There is complete uniqueness (oneness) between him and his Lord”

So what is the difference between the “him” and “his Lord”?

Can these words be used if we used the “Complete Uniqueness”?

So now the meaning of the sentence have different shade to it. This sentence was before used to understand how a bhaktha should be. But now we are interpreting it in different meaning.

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