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It is difficult for us, using linear logic, to understand that being and non-being are interdependent and mutually supportive.

Vernon Sankey By
19th November 2020

It is difficult for us, using linear logic, to understand that being and non-being are interdependent and mutually supportive.

We imagine with horror that ‘nothingness’, the great void, will be our permanent end.

The principle of yin and yang is that existence and non-existence, form and formless, space and matter, up and down, life and death are mutually necessary and inseparable.
We can’t have one without the other.

The ‘void’ is not empty but comprises everything in its creative mystery.

It is what existed before all mathematical scientific theories of the beginnings of the universe and will continue thereafter eternally. We need not be terrified of this but rather understand and embrace its beauty and power, since we are part of it and are ‘it’ …

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