In his book Grist For The Mill, Ram Dass says, "In India when we meet and part we often say, 'Namasté' which means I honor the place within you where if you are in that place in you and I am in that place in me, there is only one of us...Namasté." Sometimes we feel so alone in this life, as if we are separate and apart from everyone and everything. Then, one day, we discover that place inside of ourselves in which we feel connected to all. Suddenly, we feel a part of the interwoveness of all life everywhere. From the farthest galaxies of outer space to our innermost thoughts and feelings, we realize there is no separation. Instead of separating us from everything, our skin relates us to everything in this world. When we feel this inner connection to all life everywhere, it's as if the pulse of the universe courses through our veins and the vast energy of the earth moves through our nervous system. We are suddenly and inexplicably one with the oneness of all life, and we know it, and we are at home in this life.