Imagine that you are a gate.
Lots of thoughts and experiences pass through you.
Some of these passerby's are of your own volition, some not.
Yet they still pass through.
I am beginning to think that "we" tend to create complexity and separation in fear of dealing with what's within.
It can be considered right brain logical thinking, but now this hemisphere of sparks has produced a place for emotion and irrational action to arise and flourish.
Perhaps the gate has been taken away.
Perhaps the gate was never yours to begin with, just handed down embossed with the symbols of previous architects.
The Romans built arches to support aqueducts to provide water. There's some evidence that the Sumerians did the same.
Now I ask, what is the "water" now, and what are the "arches" that support the transfer??