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LESSON 25

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Intro to Part I

LESSON 25

I do not know what anything is for.

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In the world of multiples, there are multiple things. These things have multiple purposes and your interactions with them will achieve multiple possible outcomes.

The world of multiples has taught that the differences of each thing has an importance reflected in different purposes. From this teaching, you are certain that you know, what you know, about every thing you perceive. But, when the idea of Oneness is applied to the idea of the purpose of a thing, you find it challenging to even have the right questions before you.

If Oneness is true, there be can no things. Therefor, Oneness is a complete mystery for the mind that regards things perceived.

Uncomfortable in the presence of “not-knowing”, we make some thing up. From this, the mind of multiplicity will see a drop in the oceans depths, as a “thing” apart.

If Oneness is true, there be can no things.

The development of comfort while in the presence of “not-knowing”, has tremendous value today.

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LESSON 25-2020

INSTRUCTIONS:

The purpose of this blog is to assist you with deepening into A Course In Miracles by clarifying the Course concept of Oneness.

  1. Read the workbook lesson

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  1. Browse back, to read the commentary on the lesson (above)
  2. Follow the instructions in the workbook lesson

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