posted on Feb, 19 2018 @ 05:58 PM
a reply to: Peeple
"I" and "you" are the subject of speech we use to identify our existence with reality. Without "I" and "you" there is no seperation from the universe
and ourselves as individuals. So yes, I understand how we can identify as "I" and "you" but i was stating that it is really just a construct of the
mind to make sense of our existence.
As far as "there only is", it is a fragment when thinking of "is" as a verb, which is proper English. Although I had written it to be portrayed as a
noun. A noun that could be thought of as existence as a whole, regardless of time.
And for the last question, no it does not hurt. It doesn't hurt anymore than the blood cells running through my body's viens and arteries, or the gas
exchanging in my lungs as I type.
It may seem strange to infantilize the scale of the universe to the level of a man but within that scale isnt the most quantum apart of the most