Pseudo-spiritual “Divine Paradox” Phrases
These are word manipulations done by the mind in order to appear “clever”. The people who use them directly or this phrase think they have come up with a profound statement about the universe that contradicts. It is profound indeed how the mind can marvel in its own delusion and think it is a profound insight into the universe. The statements you express are juxtaposed to create confusion and engender a desire to reconcile this confusion by figuring it out. The way to figure it out is by separating them, and applying them independently to an analysis in which they ware validated. They are often representative of two different perspectives and often of two different subjects as well, hence they cannot both be habituated at the same time when used for analysis to express one thing. When taken from each of their relative perspectives they hold a truth. This method of confusion can be used to encode certain understandings. I find it annoying and arrogant to play these games in our age of free information and the will and care to help others free themselves of contradiction and confusion. The paradox is created only by the one who chooses to use this ancient method of sharing knowledge. It is not divine. There are no paradoxes or contradictions. Only the mind of man creates them.