I think I agree with everything you wrote, but I’m not sure. Ultimately, what is happening is completely chaotic and meaningless, yet whole and complete. The separate self’s only purpose is to try to reconstruct wholeness from its necessarily fragmented view. Yes, the self can seem to have a story and meaning and purpose and objectiveness, but it’s all based on an illusion.

Increasingly, as the self is seen through, then everything can be taken less seriously, because it’s seen to be neither real nor unreal, just a game in which no-thing is as an ever-changing appearance.

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