When you say “instantaneous, immediate, and out of nothing” you are still holding Being as an action, not as “is.”

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Peter, May I summarize: “being is instantaneous, immediate & out of nothing” without error as you see it? My current problem then is the continuity of being, but you say continuity is a self problem, eh? Thanks for The Book of Not Knowing and all the courses I took in our past. Namaste, Love, Mark Russell […]