The All is known by many names to many peoples - Allah, God, JVH, Atman, and Elohim (to name a few). The All represents the great creator, the origin of all things, and the unity of the universe. As a Bodhisattva, The All represents our inner connection to the whole of creation, our ability to be creators ourselves, the spark of divinity that is inherent within us all, and eternal love for all beings. I took care to include both masculine and feminine aspects in the physicality of this Bodhisattva - for The All is neither feminine nor masculine, but is all things and all beings - and therefore both and neither. The All's name is written in Arabic, Hebrew and Punjabi to represent the diversity of cultures which pay homage to The All. This is in no way intended to offend or belittle anyone's beliefs, but rather to honor and acknowledge the unifying truth behind many beliefs.
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