This aphorism relates to identification. To disregard what one believes one is, to drop the labels, and the sense of “I” being something. No religions, no nationalities, just being. The aims from aphorisms #2 and #38 are high ones. To develop the ABILITY to do and to be, not TO DO and TO BE. Merely to be able to blend with what is higher, with nothing that remains of “us” in the way, but us being conscious of this.