It is nearly impossible to see logic with an emotional eye as it is nearly impossible to move with nothing ahead. Logic makes sense when logic is complete, but the truth is that something that is complete makes no sense to something that is not complete, such as man, for man is not complete for man is a an empty vase, an empty vase which truly needs to be filled and filled with true knowledge of life by that which is truly complete with knowledge of life. But if something is already complete, then what need does it have to fill an empty vase? What logic or rationality can explain truly that?
The answer is thus very simple, as very simple as darkness and light. Light only shines in darkness as darkness is only because of the simple lack of light. And logic or the rational is complete or is perfect, so perfect in fact that it is solid, solid as a rock and being solid as a rock, logic or the rational does not even know or realizes, being truly complete and lacking nothing, that logic or that the rational exists!
Thus, the empty vase, which although empty, knows or realizes in its irrationality or lack of logic that it exists! Now, does not this lack of logic or this irrationality makes more sense? The truth is that logic or that the rational or that which is truly complete or truly perfect, truly allows for nothing! Thus, something makes nothing as perfection makes chaos! Does that make sense to you? Does the rational make possible the irrational because the rational does not know that the rational is complete because the rational is complete and lacks nothing?
Ironically, that in lacking nothing, the rational or logic or the logical lacks nothing! That is, in not lacking, it lacks because it lacks lack! And so lack came out about through an involuntary act or through no action at all! And so creation also was an involuntary act! Creation was never planned at all. Creation was simply the act of rationality and the lack of irrationality!
Well then, as involuntary is the greater part of voluntary, the irrational is the greater part of the rational as also is the illogical is the greater part of logic. And incomplete is the greater part of complete as emptiness or lack is the greater part of one or of man.
Because in truth, darkness was lacking and because darkness was lacking, light took to motion, which was also lacking, to complete darkness or to complete emptiness. In other words, because the irrational or the illogical was lacking thus the rational or the logical took to motion, which was also lacking, to complete the irrational or the illogical. Does that make any sense at all? Well, whether it is not, it is!
And so we exist as the light in space or in darkness or in emptiness through the very simple reason that there lacked lack even though there truly existed perfection or complete logic. But even though we are still empty vases or great vases of lack, we have the time, something that also lacked before the motion that also lacked, to become complete or to become perfect and keep the light still burning in space or in emptiness without the lack that brought or that created perfection, logic or the rational.
Therefore, the lack is made my one or in is made by something and the greatest lack that there can be is not only the lack of one but also the greatest lack that there can be is that lack not seen and because it is not seeing, it is because it is!