If you were to divide the tiniest particle you could find into yet smaller portions of itself, would you find the seed within matter that creates life? Would you know what the answer was to the question, “What am I?” No. And yes. It all depends on how you look at it. To find merely dust of elemental nature would be to miss the point altogether. To find energy would be closer to the point, and how that energy is interacted with determines its nature within reality. To find divinity is, indeed, the point, and beyond that point remains to be discovered. The power of the energy of an atom divided is enough to rip your world apart or, at best, disturb the flow of life to a grinding halt. The force unleashed by dividing certain smaller particles is greater yet on the order of magnitude, yet divinity is only approached until at last, in the quest for obliteration of the simplest forms of matter, energy of polarity is finally in the target of the great matter-smashing machine. To rip apart the force that binds positive and negative, life and death, fear and trust is to divide divinity’s own force of love from that in which love takes form. Thus free, divinity roams, and all of creation feels the power divine love has within the world of form, which is, in a word, awesome. Nothing else comes close to the transformative power of divine essence unlocked from form. Form itself cannot maintain structural integrity and, if not obliterated, form becomes energetically defined by virtue of raw divinity engaging with its body. That which is not of a form’s essential truth is burned away and what is left becomes the form of divinity itself.