~ by desertrose on March 13, 2013.

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  1. The Buddhists believe that nothing(the abyss is the answer).
    The quantum void or zero point field seems to be the very cradle of creation itself.
    All matter and energy in the universe adds up to zero, as it was before existence, and as it will after existence ends.
    The vacuum will remain, in any event, whatever that is.

    • Yes this is very true.

      If one were to interpret the subconscious as that very same void where nothing is inconceivable and everything is plausible. One has but to imagine it to give it form and life so to speak. The vacuum exists within each of us and therefore unique in its perception and thereby existence. None of which would nullify it’s existence nor it’s connection to the whole. Again having it’s interpretation influenced by the perception of the individual, therefore not fully fathomed by others. It’s value and import only decipherable by that individual regardless of it’s possible worth to the whole.

      Or if you will a hologram perceived and interpreted only by one. Thereby consisting of a value that is unmeasurable by any other than the individual it has been created by. A very interesting concept, don’t you think ? πŸ™‚

  2. Really, aside from that you can keep talking, but really, not much else matters to me right now!

  3. Maybve we should talk tomorrow?

  4. Besides, I have to think about what you just said, and I am not sure what to believe about that right now.

    • That’s ok as I said it is open to personal interpretation.
      Opinions are like noses everyone has one . Well almost everyone anyway πŸ˜‰

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