One who is conscious sees the truth of existence and one who is unconscious sees the lies of existence in the form of their stories. Truth doesn’t need a story, only lies do.
This is a Byron Katie quote from yesterday “Do your harsh judgements make you happy?” And my response was “All judgements are harsh and if one thinks they provide happiness there is nothing more harsh than that. But not to the one being judged, the harshness goes to the one who is judging because it is their heart that becomes hardened.” Someone replied “How do you know that this is true for anyone else” and I replied “look around.” The point to this is minus the made up stories of ourselves, all human existence is basically the same. When one awakens to know themselves, all of humanity is known. At least this has been my experience.
We are born, need the same basics to live and we die. This we all have in common. So when one is awakened by having truth revealed to them, there is a connection to others that isn’t seen by one living their life through a created story. One’s story is a distraction to truth. Think about this, when you see one squirrel, two, three, four, there’s no separate identification, they’re all just squirrels. It’s this way for humans, one, two, three, four, we’re all just humans, it’s only a made up stories that gives each one a separate identity.
One who is conscious sees the truth of existence and one who is unconscious sees the lies of existence in the form of their stories. Truth doesn’t need a story only lies do, that’s how someone who is awake knows when something is of truth. There is no need for questions when one knows truth, there are only questions produced by the story of the lie. Because we are all of the same human family regardless of one’s story, if and when the stories fall by the wayside, truth is known. And when one knows who they are without a story, one knows everyone because there isn’t a story distracting them from truth.