Greetings in that Divine and Most Precious Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
True, HabteSelassie. But it's important to note that in EO theology, the Person of God is the foundation of His being, and not Nature, Essence or Energy. And the teaching is that one can interact with and have a direct relationship with the Persons of the Holy Trinity, God Himself in His fullness.
See my brother that is exactly where language gets things so mixed up. In the Ge'ez theological language of Ethiopian tradition, there is no distinction between "Nature" and "Person" in the sense that there can be no abstract "nature" without some kind of concrete "person/form" to manifest this "nature"
In the concept of the Godhead then, the Person of God is equally the Nature of God, because in Ge'ez we can't have an abstract Nature of the Godhead which does not exist in connection with His necessarily
manifested Person. The Person/Form of God is not implicitly physical in the earthly sense, but in Ge'ez the Nature of God must have some kind of manifest form, even it is purely immaterial, spiritual, or inconceivable. The Godhead then both exists as a Nature and a Person at the very same time and there can be no separation or distinction. We agree entirely with the concept that the Person of God (ie, the manifested form) is the foundation of all being and the Godhead, however, the Nature is merely a description
of the Person from our perspective. The Nature is the concept behind and underlying
the Person, but they are infinitely connected, that is, they can't be separated. Ethiopian theology can't conceive of the abstract nature of anything aside from its manifested Person/Form, so again, it becomes a bit redundant from our perspective to have to even discuss it.