|It is easy to appreciate oneness, appreciating differences seems to be more difficult.
In fact, differences are the unicity, the nondividedness.
The unicity isn't somewhere else or something else, other than perceived differences and distinctions.
Perceiving things existing with their own qualities and differentiated from one another in space *is* the non-qualified nondual being.
To constantly re-iterate: "There are no differences" or "There aren't two things" or "Separation isn't real" or "Divisions never occur" ........can get boring after a while.
Also, perhaps more significantly, to make a point of stating something like "There are no separations" as something like a primordial truth to be accepted by everyone.....is to make a division mentally.
One is dividing the speaker who says this, from the other who needs to be educated about how there are no separations.
Otherwise, why bother to state it?
One is dividing a state in which there is no separation .........perceived from a state in which there is separation perceived.
Which incidentally is perfectly okay, because speaking of divisions don't divide, and speaking about non-divisions do not unite .
Divisions are unicity, and distinctions are clarity.
At a certain point, regardless of whether one is saying: "There are no differences" or "There are differences" (it's equally okay to say either one of these statements, or to say nothing at all)
- at a certain point .....without the connotation of a location in space or an event in time...
...there is a relaxing with the whole deal, exactly as it is.