So why would these two words "Infinite Fracturing" spontaneously appear in my head followed by the introduction to concept of fractals I found on the web? Well this is what has come to me. God is Infinite Fracturing: "I am that I am". Doesn't that statement seem like a verbal fractal to you? Does to me. Then it came to me how God is integral. That God's perfect nature insists on self-similarity no matter how closely examined nor how vastly comprehended. I can see the totality of the Divine in a droplet of water under a electron microscope or by a revelatory vision of the Eagle Nebula through the Hubble telescope. Each image of God through divergent religions and beliefs is self-similar despite their apparent variability. As I have explored different belief systems I have heard the same voice speaking similar truths to me through variant but similar leaders, wisdoms, and practices. I've found the same wisdom of Jesus in the Tao Te Chang, in the poetry of Rumi, in the teachings of Buddha, and so on into infinity. And so I say that "I am", the way that you say "I am" when referring to yourself, and the language may differ, the tone, the context, but so says God.