Sum of All Vectors

We are the sum of all vectors.
How could it be otherwise?

We are not separate --
nor merely tenuously interconnected,
interrelated, interdependent.

Separateness is a painful delusion, 
like islands forgetting
they are mountains whose peaks
just happen to peek above the water.

Mountains, whose tectonic roots
extend into the mantle,
that floats on Earth's molten core.

Just as Earth floats in the sum of all vectors.

We inter-are.
How could it be otherwise?

-- GS 2021.01.07

Apologies to Richard Feynman
and Thich Nhat Hanh