The seer of truth has seen and withstood something whose sight can drive an ordinary man into psychosis and suicide. Such is the unforgiving blade of truth and why it’s veiled for the faint hearted.
The face of truth can’t be seen by any eye, for the eye of man melts in the face of the Absolute.
Objectivity is the consciousness of subjectivity, and subjectivity is the consciousness of objectivity.
Man is the site of this illusory entanglement and yet destined for transcendence, for man is the fountain of truth and he is holy only in being such.
The serious seeker must always understand himself with relation to the Absolute. One’s detachment from the relative is possible only through one’s attachment to the Absolute.
Man is both subjective and objective: He is subjective insofar as he participates in the relative; he is objective in light of his consciousness of the…
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