To begin is to end, to end is to begin, and upon the awakening of death, the dream of life is reinvented eternally via Thought.

Thought is beyond matter and yet is the only substance capable of perceiving it. In dreams, an external reality appears to exist apart from the dreamer, yet that external reality is a mere byproduct of that dreamer’s sleeping mind. Once awake, the dreamer exists in an apparent external reality that obeys the laws of Nature. Idealists would yet claim that only Thought exists, while externalists would claim that the material universe exists independently from Thought, that if consciousness ceased to be, the universe would continue to exist. One may recall the Zen riddle, “If a tree were to fall in a forest, and no one was there to hear it, would it make a sound?” Likewise if the universe exists, and no one is conscious…

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