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"In all this fair and faultless universe
Naught but one Substance/
and one Essence see."

    
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Hidden under all forms of thought,
Under the form of all created things:
Look where I may, still nothing I discern
But Thee throughout this universe...
Erase the words “this” and “that”: duality
Denotes estrangement and repugnancy:
In all this fair and faultless universe
Naught but one Substance and one Essence see.

— Jami
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