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“Only pantheistically does God appear wholly — and only in pantheism is God wholly everywhere, in every individual. Thus for the great I, the ordinary I and the ordinary You are only supplements. Every You is a supplement to the great I. We are not I at all — but we can and must become I. We are seeds for becoming I. We must transform everything into a You — into a second I — only through this do we raise ourselves to the Great I — which is at once One and all.”

Novalis, General Draft

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