|colorized ink drawings from Lohbado's sketchbook|
In fact, being is infinite. Things are infinitely divisible. Things interconnect, one thing leading to another in an infinite network. One's perception occurs within the range of things that become large enough to be perceived. It's like watching a bird appear in the sky. The bird flies about. One watches the bird fly away, becoming smaller in the distance, until it is a tiny dot then vanishes from view. One's experience of the bird occurs between the moment it appears in one's visual field to the moment it vanishes, or from the moment one notices the thing until one spaces out, gets distracted, or stops noticing the thing.
So unless a person is aware of all things at all times, in other words, unless a person knows everything, how can a person be so sure? How can a person say: ok, this is as far as we go, when there's so much more to explore? How can a person say, this is it, when what the person presents is merely a part of an infinite multiplicity of things?
Club morono recommends an inquisitive approach. Be open minded, friendly, imaginative, playful and have a sense of humour. Be willing to admit one could be wrong and that there's more to the picture than meets the eye.
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