Point of No Return

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Faith must trample underfoot all
reason, sense, and understanding.

Forgive me in advance. I sometimes have a hard time gauging what’s obvious to you and what’s not. If I say, for instance, that zero does not exist, that there’s no such thing as nothing, how is that received? I can’t tell if it’s painfully obvious or gloriously illuminating. Maybe some people would turn it into a variant of the mu koan and go off to ponder it for a few decades. Maybe it means different things to different people, not nihilists, of course, who put all their chips on zero, but everyone else. Anyway, thank you for your indulgence. 

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"A madman is not someone who has lost his reason
but someone who has lost everything but his reason."

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