Tao and Zen by Anubis the Phonomancer published on 2013/08/31 11:29:04 +0000 A simplistic paradox; Infinitely finite and finitely infinite. Now and Never, Once and Forever. Logical and Mythical Real and Illusion. Reality is all of these things yet is it none for these are but words which oversimplify, by definition. Reality is a state of mind. Nothing can convey the true vividness of Reality except the whole experience of Life itself. Art tries and comes close and is a sort of Temple in the Mind to the once and always infinite; the secular Divine. Inexplicable and intelligible Ineffable and described. Secular and Holy All and None. There is a pattern here of polarity as unity of duality as singularity of simplicity as complexity. Humans make of simplicity, complexity and of what's singular we divide. Of a unity, we polarize. There is a pattern here. Reality and all it's subsequent domains are both holographic and tangible. It is a paradox of obvious nature, with an obvious answer hidden by Mind. It is what it is. Live it as such.