If Thought Is “Limited Intelligence”, Then There Must Also Exist An “Unlimited Intelligence”

Everything that exists, does so as pairs of opposites. Observe this for yourself.

Since thought by its nature is limited, and so therefore functions as a “limited” form of intelligence, and it may also be observed that absolutely everything that exists does so as a “pair of opposites”, this would then imply that there must also exist an “unlimited”, or “infinite” form of intelligence.




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