Darkness does not shine but darkness is seen. Darkness is not solid but darkness is seen and even though darkness is seen, darkness is lack, lack of light. The same can be said about space. Space can be seen because of the lack, because of the lack of matter. And the same can be said about cold. Cold is felt for lack of heat or lack of warmth. Thus darkness, space or cold is negative knowledge or is lack of knowledge. But lack does not make herself because lack is made by something which cannot be seen or is not known but that it really is…
Existence truly is one and existence truly is based on numbers and existence begins with one and truly continues until the infinite without being able to be counted. But no matter how infinite the numbers all add up to one. And when one is born, one truly is born as one or as the number one and one also has that very same grandiose ability of continuing until the infinite without having any end but to continue also as one or even as more or for much more.
One cannot have two thoughts at the very same time because, if not, both are lost and one does for nothing for nothing to become. A thought are pieces of knowledge which are pieces of matter. And as the same as is matter, a thought can be useful or useless, but even though useless, a thought can occupy good space and not allow for a good thought to enter and materialize in the form of real gladness and real joy, which in truth give rebirth and everything becomes as if it were always new!
Whatever things, even thoughts, no matter how minimum they may be, for God are complete, but for man are lack, are very little things or even insignificant. Because in truth, man sees through his very own knowledge and not through the knowledge of God, which renews God forever more as much more!
And so that man renews as God, man not only needs the knowledge of God but man also needs the acknowledgement of God because only God can acknowledge God or add to God!
One must first do to truly know things which are already known but which are not seen and to wait and to die is not to do, no matter how good sounding the doctrine. Because in truth, too much sound from the river is too much sound of the water and too much sound from the river does not sound too good.
When some need, they seek he that truly has, even though it may be the very minimum, and no one seeks he who does not have. And they even do the impossible to seek that which is of another. But when they come to have for themselves, they also do the impossible to not share, not even the very minimum of joy, the true joy which truly completes no matter how small the possession that one may have.
He who always sees the vase full no matter how much water or how much wine he takes out from her, in the day that that vase becomes empty, he will not know how to fill her…