Our knowing and understanding, our world views and causal order, are parts of our reality beyond which are what we do not or cannot know and understand – beyond our mind’s grasp and the reach of our senses.
Our wants and worries also extend beyond those we can know and understand. Our aspirations and ideals, our desires and expectations, our plans and past similarly extend beyond our knowing and understanding.
We keep to what we understand and know and seek more that is yet beyond our reach. Left behind in our wake is our unknowing or not-knowing and what we do not understand.
Denied from our knowing and understanding is our whole being also –
who encompasses both our knowing and understanding, and not, of both our wants and worries,
who is more than the sum of his/her parts,
who includes our self in experience of some of his/her parts,
and who is beyond our knowing and sense, and our unknowing and non–sense.
Our unconditional truth is in being a part of the whole body, created and placed by him/her as projected actuality. In our actuality, we are beyond what we may know or understand.