Jeff Foster: An Extraordinary Absence

Tweets after a weekend spent reading An Extraordinary Absence by Jeff Foster.

If there is only being, why do we seem to be separate beings?

The wave looks around at the ocean and asks, “Why are there so many waves if it’s all ocean?” —Jeff Foster

The idea of a wave as an entity is just that: an idea. Ask an electron.

In reality there are no entities, except as (sometimes very) practical conventions.

Entities and identities may be useful mental constructs. But there is only this being: all that is. This being is reality.

Oneness doesn’t appear as anything. It is everything that appears. —Jeff Foster

Oneness does nothing because it is not separate from anything. —Jeff Foster


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