Infinite Self-Knowing

Astrophysicist Carl Sagan once famously said, "we are a way for the cosmos to know itself." This beautiful statement gets a bit richer if we understand that this self-knowing is occurring within the embodied unique perspectives that each being in the cosmos has. The cosmos -- God -- knows itself through my experience, your experience, every being's experience, uniquely.

Here's where it gets good: because the number of beings that we can imagine existing in the cosmos is so large that it might as well be infinite, and because we know that each being's experience is unique, what it means to be the cosmos, or God, is to be an infinitely vast process of self-knowing experienced from a nearly infinite number of unique perspectives.
How delicious is that?