“I – it” or “I – thou” or beyond “I”

“I” to “it” is our self-to-object relation, which is the vast majority of how we relate to the world.
“I” to “thou” requires reciprocating relations.
A third way to relate is to move behind the “I” into a universal lacking any exchange because it is all one.

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