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How doth the Lord dwell in the body? He dwells in the body like the plug of a syringe, i.e. in the body, and yet apart from it.
-- RÂMAKRISHNA

The truth (God) exist within every fiber of our being, so the relationship is more like water and ice. We spend brief moments seemingly separate (as ice) from the water, and yet that is all we are.

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Comment by John on December 25, 2014 at 11:41pm

syringe may not be that bad of an analogy. It depends on the (his) contemporary audience (I know nothing of when, who and what the situation was for the quote).

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