by David McLeod | Nov 11, 2019 | No Comments

Suppose you were All-That-Is and you knew this intuitively. Unfortunately, there is a dilemma: since there is nothing that you are not, there is nothing for you to compare yourself to; therefore, there is no way for you to experience what you already know. Well, this is exactly the dilemma that confronted OMnitude back in the beginning before the Universe as we know it came into being. But OMnitude found a beautiful and elegant solution that made it possible to experience what it already knew to be true—and out of this solution emerged a grand experiment in which we are all participating to this very day.

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