The Dilemma of Limits

As our consciousness began to flourish we humans began to create concepts. This began with elementary principles such as off and on, up and down and so on. Most of these early concepts were observable, practical and based upon rational thought.


As our belief systems matured we invented ideas that are more abstract and some even irrational. Take for example the concept of everything


We humans have created concepts that are seemingly “impossible” (there is another dilemma!) So, with our current conventions of limits will our minds even be capable of thinking and/or comprehending the concepts related to limitless?

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