June 30, 2019
Principle is unaware of non-principle, of anything unlike itself. 3 + 3 is and can only be, and can only be aware of “6.” Any other total for 3 + 3 simply does not exist. Otherness would be a non-principle that math is utterly unaware of and therefore cannot help us with—thankfully. If math had more than one perfect, whole and complete state of existence, its universe would be chaos—unprincipled and volatile. No, principle cannot be unprincipled, and because principle and its form are one, nothing can separate principle from its everywhere-present form.
From Chapter 14, Abide In Me, from the new
Healing of the Body, Page 172
(to be published soon)
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