Re: zero, one, and The One
- --- In Pythagorean-L@yahoogroups.com, epb223@... wrote:
> I just wanted to take a moment to agree with these remarkscorrect
> wholeheartedly, and add that I think they open the way for the
> historical interpretation of the Platonic One, which neither is, norZero is and is not a Number, Zero is so minute as to be without
> is one (Plato, Parm. 141e).
> Edward Butler
Number, a Singularity alone in the Emptiness that is Relatively
Nothing, a Singularity that is and is not relative to any and
everything without mattering whether it is big or small.
Zero is an Undifferentiable Singularity while the Number One is
differentiable, may be of unknown, uncountable Number, may be a
Single Group of Two or more acting as the whole of a Single Reality,
a group that may be so large as to be as vast in number as there are
stars in the Sky.
Even though the two Natures of a Duality, the Nature of a Singularity
having a Dual State or Quality is the Single True Nature True Nature
of the Universe, of the Reality of any and every-thing be it Big or
Small, it would make more sense to say that Wholeness is the Single
True Nature of the Universe, of the Reality of Any and Every Single
Thing, be it large or small.