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This post is a response of sorts to Maya: “All Duality is Falsely Imagined.” This comes from Wittgenstein’s The Blue Book which was at first only a manuscript guarded by his students at Cambridge. It is the most organized of … Continue reading
In a recent post I decried Atheism, or the way that some approach it, for being absolute. However, as Cheryl reminded me, atheism or no faith does no necessarily equate to anything absolute, but rather the opposite. My scattered thoughts emerged … Continue reading
Existence doesn’t posit existence…it’s just a quality of our travels through space/time. “Should is divine, unachievable…” And time is just an underrated instant.