The fascinating property of reality

The fascinating property of reality is that it has two aspects of the real thing, but no thing. It is as a book with a cover but nothing in between. Or, as a story with a beginning and an end, but no middle.

This setting triggers a never-ending dance around the illusionary golden calf, which can only be satisfied by religion, because science can’t find an illusion.

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