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| Sensory Field 1

We live in a multi-sensory field, much of which is likely to be undiscovered, or consciously and habitually not focused upon or ignored. Yet according to the awareness of our consciousness, parts of it are obviously discernible. These parts commonly work through the contrast of similarity with dissimilarity, along with the known and the unknown. The difference between these contrasts, appears to be the cornucopic gap, where the source of knowledge and wisdom cascades forth.

© Aaron John Beth’el

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