Bijou, August 5, 2014

“To be What-IS is the shortest distance that man ever has to walk. To be what-isn’t is the most circuitous route that you can encounter because it’s fraught with the temptations of finding yourself in the realm of duality on the turnpike of supposition and having to penetrate the veil of illusion.”

 

– Kenneth G.Mills, The Cornucopia of Substance, p. 327

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