We is an immanent-transcendent hybrid.
In any We there is immanent I and transcendent Thou. Each participates in the We and collaboratively brings it to life.
Both individualism and collectivism misses part of the picture and in practice alienates self from other, or the self from self.
Most marriages are either two legally-joined selves who remain alienated from each other, or one self-alienated self wholly dedicated to another self. And most people believe these are the only two options. Love can’t happen where there is only fairness or altruism.
Consequently, many are wedded, but few are married.
It is a theological mistake to treat God as as a Thou. God is All, and therefore Thou — but not only Thou.