The way we think about You and the way we think about The Father are different. Much of what we imagine about God is derived from the language of our senses. In Your case there is some accuracy in this because You, as man,were a tangible physical presence. You could be seen, heard, and touched. Accuracy is waived though when we apply our sentient vocabulary to God The Father. But we never stop trying to grasp Him.
The being of God is so far beyond what the eye can see, what the ear can hear, or what the hand can touch that none of the words we’ve formed from the experiences of our senses apply. Since not only our speech but also our thoughts and musings are formed in the words we know, we are very limited in describing God. We are, of course, limited in framing any concept by the
words we use to characterize it. The words we use are mostly derived from our senses. Even our abstract thoughts are imprisoned by our vocabulary.
But in the matter of God, eye has not seen, ear has not heard – so, for us,there really are no words to use for Him. All we can do is feel Him, intuit Him a la a sixth sense – a spiritual sense which, though faulty, goes beyond words. It is this sense by which we are able to say we know Him without being able to say how. In truth it’s more like this sense helps us to know that God is, not what He is.
The Father was never a tangible physical presence as You were, so we take Your words that You and The Father are One, and we go from there. It is unavoidable that we treat God anthropomorphically. We are like the spider whose web is continuously swept away but who keeps rebuilding it in the
same place and in the same way over and over again. It is the only thing it knows to do. We can only know God in our own way, but we cannot know Him.