posted on Oct, 27 2008 @ 09:49 PM
The way that I have solved this paradox is like this. We are comprised of, I don't know, quintillions of atoms, billions of cells, millions of
tissues, multiple organs, and systems. Yet we are one human being. It's all a matter of perspective. Their are levels of truth if you will.
I think the same thing goes on until you reach the whole cosmos. Why should it stop with us? I think this is the error most people seem to make. Their
are people out their that support the 'theory' of Gaia, or the living, whole entity of mother earth. Right on, but why stop there? Everything and
everyone is interconnected at source. All is one, and yet we are all here, having these experiences.
Perhaps a cell is alive and well, and unable to grasp that they are part of a larger community that supersedes their limited perceptive abilities. How
are we, on a whole, any different?
So while the ultimate truth may be that we are the infinity, on a mundane level we are also here. We can learn much from these amazing POV's, but as
far as I have experienced, we are still here and must make due with this existance.
If you are asking if we could possibly be here at all, being this great infinite being, I ask you is a cell here even though we seem to supersede
I don't know that we can logically compare the infinite and the finite, we can only grow through finding similarities.