The Illusion of Duality

The Illusion of Duality

The mind thinks in linear terms, and has trouble grasping the abstract, or the unseen. It likes to wrap things into nice little packages of opposites, keeping it sedated and pacified. The trouble with duality is that it is not real; it doesn’t even hold up to basic math: If you have one mountain and one valley, you have two things. Take one away from two and how many are left?



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