The chariot of Shekina is said to have the will of god as their own. Which sounds awfully holy and on high, but my understanding of being a chariot exists in oneness where no-one is above anyone else.

We all are, what we are, according to the re-arrangement of all-that-is, which cannot be judged. I mean, it can, obviously, because people do – judge – but, in oneness, that’s part of the way it’s been arranged and not something outside of this arrangement.