Shūnyam: ‘What is Truth?’


If someone stops by your door and asks: ‘What is Truth?’, you pack him a sandwich, explain the algorithm of the Self-Eating Expression, show him the ‘Backward Step’, point him to Shūnyam, and suggest that he watch-out for falling rocks and deceptively shallow puddles.

Other than that, you don’t say a word.

[And you certainly don’t write a Website about it. See: ‘The Tao‘]


‘Silence’ is the ripest plum for mystical obscurantists and book-read teachers who have had a field-day with the word for centuries. They can mystify a brick but this one is a particularly rich lode. See the next Post: ‘Violating the Silence‘.

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