But yes, there is a somewhat. Except manifestations are not t persons, for one. Plus when you see manifestations of God in those three ways, you do not see three spirits but one only.
But no doubt people that do agree with what I do see, is the reason they also consider themselves as Trinitarians. But just not seeing the exact same thing that you seem to be describing at all either. But seeing what I do instead.
Also a person that is separate from one another, as you are describing, has a separate spirit also. Otherwise, it isn't a separate person. Meaning you cannot claim God is three separate persons.
that being the difference. Huge difference if you stop and think about it in the spiritual realm for a while.
And that is why you people see this as a mystery. Consistently saying you cannot explain the trinity you do claim to believe in. I would too, if I saw what you are saying for sure. In fact I did for years, until I did ask God to splain this to me. Which He did very simply in a way I could begin to get some understanding at least. Of course, you don't believe in doing what I do. So I will leave you to freely do what you do of course.
Some use scripture whenever it serves to prove what they have chosen to believe. But then reject or ignore others whenever it doesn't, but instead is contradictory to what they have chosen to believe. Instead of finding out why some do contradict others dealing with the same subjects.
Love in Christ,