Everything is true!

‘I am not a logician. I am an existentialist. I believe in this meaningless, beautiful chaos of existence, and I am ready to go with it wherever it leads. I don’t have a goal, because existence has no goal. It simply is, flowering, blossoming, dancing – but don’t ask why. Just an overflow of energy, for no reason at all. I am with existence.” Osho

I also identify with Discordism, and this passage neatly intertwines Buddhism, Zen and Discord. No Mind – existing at the whim of the present merges neatly with Discordism

GP: Is Eris true?
M2: Everything is true.
GP: Even false things?
M2: Even false things are true.
GP: How can that be?
M2: I don’t know man, I didn’t do it.

Why are we so concerned with Why we are here? If we found out, would it really change that much? Why not just live each day the best we can, and die with peace? And, honestly, does the universe really make that much sense?

Every time we dig deeper with Physics, or String Theory, we find another layer of complexity. It’s like the universe is an Onion with layer after layer of tear inspiring complexity. Will we really ever get to the bottom of the rabbit hole? Do we want to?


2 thoughts on “Everything is true!”

  1. Everything is under the great paradox. To balance within the walls of the paradox is the goal. It is like a game, hence all the games afoot.
    Even the Elohim [whom claim to be our creators] love the violent games. I told them, how immature to keep repeating the same game over and over…

    Anyway, the paradox is a triangle. The one wall is the great life screen which we live it all out on. The side walls both go down to a single point, no fourth wall. The point or connecting of the two walls has nothing. Where does the images on the screen wall come from?

    The two walls represent good and evil, anything like this applies.
    We live in a triangle, no floor or ceiling, just pretend you see one. Yet we’re trapped till a higher authority comes for us.
    One came for me, yet I don’t die yet.
    Soon perhaps.


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