If HaShem/Adonai/yud-he-vav-he is One, how is it that there are so many apparently different things that make up the One? Is it only the things that can be seen that make up the One? How does one include the space that touches every thing completely?
For example, it is as if one must think about the white space on the page as a container for the black shape that we recognize as having meaning. To me, the “white space” is like a web of connection pressing against every visible piece of our universe.
The beauty of a spider’s web in the morning sun with dew on its threads is a sight to behold. The weaving is unique, off center, a product of spontaneity and the wind.