I used to think that…

I used to think that paradoxes were unwelcome guests, but now I know that they contain the lesson that all is not knowable and that part of gaining wisdom is to remain content with the mystery of things and the Mystery of No-thing.

All we are is all we see
I used to think that paradoxes were unwelcome guests, but now I know that they contain the lesson that all is not knowable and that part of gaining wisdom is to remain content with the mystery of things and the Mystery of No-thing.

I especially love; “We are on a journey of becoming that which we already are. That is the impossible paradox of our lives.” – by Leonard Jacobson

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