Emptied our own-selves

Emptied our own-selves

There is no I, but I. ( Veda)

What is 'I' if it is not a presence?
 I am a presence, if anything. 
But where there is a presence there can be an absence. 
Therefore if I am a presence I can also be an absence.
 But then, of course, an absence implies a presence. 
An absence is also a presence, a presence an absence, 
and 'I' am not-I, and 'Not-I' am I. 
Non-existence implies existence, 
so that I cannot not exist without existing.

'There is no 'I' but I.'
'Then is there no "you" but you?'

'I, always I,'
'Gives me to think, I will meditate upon it.'
'Do nothing of the kind!' 'To "meditate" means using split-mind: just look from within and see - See that so it is! Stop splitting and stay whole!'

Only Absence can do.'

'Gives me to think,'

'Waste of time, 'Waste not, want not - just do.'
'But how do?'
'"Do as you would be done by", and let yourself be done!' 'Anyway - you will be!'

'How can you be both when you are neither?'

'It is precisely because I am neither that I am both.'

'Then what am I?'
'It is because you think you are some thing that you are not anything.'
'So what?' 
'So you suffer,'

'Neither happiness nor unhappiness exists, 'no interdependent counterparts exist, they are conceptual estimations, which abolish one another in mutual negation.'

'Then what are they?'

'What are you?' 'what is all sensorial perception, all cognizing, judging, discriminating?'
'As such you are only what is perceived, 'that is only an object in mind.'
'Then what perceives what is perceived?' 
'I,' ; 'I, forever I.'

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