The images above show the Paramatma (The Most I) and the Jivatma (The Individual I)
The image on the left shows the Most I inside of all life, The Life Giver and The Keeper of Life. The Most I experiences all things at all times, as where there is life there is the Most I. Thus the Most I is omnipresent, Iverpresent and All Knowing, Knowing what all knowers know.
The image on the right shows two birds in a tree. One bird is eating up the fruit of the tree, seemingly unaware of the other bird sitting next to it. The other bird watches and observes the bird eating up the fruit. The bird eating up the fruit is the Jivatma (The Individual I) and the bird that is watching and observing is the Paramatma (The Most I).
The bird eating up the fruit is so consumed by its desire to taste fruit, to fill its belly, that it does not see the other bird, who is actually the Most I. This is like when man and woman, the Individual I's, are too consumed by the material world and our desire for sense gratification (too much food, drugs, sex, comfy bed, etc) that we forget that we are a jiva soul, an I, and we forget that the Most I is with I always and forIver, and we fail to reach our highest heights, our Ighest Ites.
JAH Kingdom is within all
Life is InI
Look in your heart and there JAH RastafarI the Almighty I will be, in all of Iration