Excitement requires more than one, whereas peace is that which is One [draft]

Updated August 10, 2022

In reality, it is impossible to be excited about anything because it requires more than one, and there is no more than that which is One. For the same reason, there is nowhere to go and no one to meet. Therefore, if you want that excitement, you must extend oneness. However, this is impossible because oneness is formless, thus endless. Nevertheless, it seems possible to imagine extending it.

hiWhen you imagine oneness extended into more than one, it appears as if you can meet another one.

wheeBut you want more, so you imagine an extension of neighbouring spaces, so the one-dimensional extension seems to become two-dimensional.

neatHowever, more want more, so you extend the two-dimensional extension with neighbouring extensions and call it a world.

4DA world where there seems to be more than one is based on the idea that something is missing in oneness. Thus the sense of lack runs through all experiences of more than one. Therefore, since you feel the world is not good enough, you turn to transcendental meditation, drugs, and virtual computer worlds made with the help of AI (artificial intelligence) to simulate a better world within the simulation of a world where there seems to be more than one.

endBut, eventually, you realise that no matter how much more you get, it never lasts. Hence you conclude that more than one is an illusion.

returnNo worries. There is no illusion without reality. Therefore, since seeing more than one is a symbol of that which is one, the apparent differences in a world where there seems to be more than one are not perceived to make a difference.

peaceConsequently, it is impossible to be excited or bored with something specific. Thus nothing seems to hide that which is one is so peaceful.


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