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Other is not so “other” as you think

Veda mentions the whole universe as the supreme self.
On the battlefield of Mahabharata, Lord Krishna shows his vast self and says, “I am the only one; second is none.”
Lord Jesus says, “Love your enemy just as you love yourself.”
Gautam Buddha said to his disciples, “After each meditation when you are feeling blissful, full of joy, peace, silence… shower and share your silence, your peace, your blissfulness with the whole of existence. It is not a question of whether someone deserves it or not. The more you share it, the more you will get it. The farther your blessings reach, the more and more blessings will shower on you from all directions. Existence always gives you back more than you have given to it.”
The clapping sound looks good when you make both hands meet in equilibrium.
If you beat your left hand with your right hand, the pain is equal to you; you never feel happy that your left hand is in pain.
Kabir got annoyed when someone called him “Other.” He said one who says “Other” is impotent.

What do you think?