Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Seeing is Not Believing

Is the unseen more important than the seen? To what extent do we create the non-existent by our attempts to define the unseen? To what extent can we define the existent in the unseen by means of the seen? We take a blind step as soon as we declare as true that which cannot be proved. The length to which the non-existent has been proved is a testament to the human desire for what is not true, or at least to human disregard for what is true.

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