When we look more deeply into these ideas of the mundane, sacred, and profane we find that there is truly no difference or separation in them. In a watercolor painting, water is added to the different colors so they mix and blend, becoming new colors all together. Similarly, when the water of our consciousness is mixed with all these various aspects of life, we realize that everything is the Divine expression of an Individualized Spirit. In the declaration of principles, Ernest Holmes says, “We believe in the individualization of the Spirit in us, and that all people are individualizations of the One Spirit.” Holmes did not differentiate between the various parts of our lives or tell us that only the sacred is the individualization of Spirit. Rather, he specified that all of every person is sacred. This means that all parts of ourselves, the sacred, the mundane, AND the profane must be God. There is a place for every color in the palette, just like there is a place for every aspect of life as God.