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

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


Mark,

When you say “instantaneous, immediate, and out of nothing” you are still holding Being as an action, not as “is.” So, no it is fundamentally an error. You’re confusing “being,” like an action or process, with “Being” or what is — ultimate existence. Your view on continuity also is a confusion, since you see Being as a function of time, and not the absolute.

But thanks for playing!

Peter

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