Brief considerations on truth and reality

  1. Truth–if it is–by necessity must be inescapable
  2. Truth bears consideration only from the standpoint of the reasoning being
  3.  From the standpoint of the reasoning being, the only inescapable reality is the self: I AM
  4. All considerations on truth and reality circle back to the self:
  • If everything is an illusion, it implies a deluded being
  • If the self is but a dream or a thought, it implies a dreamer or a thinker
  • If the self is created or/and manipulated by a higher being, this superior entity bears consideration only from the standpoint of the self. Without the created self to consider its existence, the creator has no raison d’être 
  • With consideration to a self-sustained creator removed from its creation, this creator would face the inescapability of its self (itself) as the entirety and the reality

With regard to the propositions above, all philosophies or theories of existence begin and end with the self, the implication thereof being that the observer (I AM) is the entirety and the reality.

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