No I all is I paradox

In Uncategorized on April 25, 2011 at 9:17 am

So the paradox*.

There is no I.
All there is is I.

As the I which is not is when we erroneously use the word I for me, my, mine (which are ideas relating to the false split of subject/object).

Try saying “Me is going to the shops to buy something for me.” it is grammatically false but factually true. I is never going shopping and never shall.

*(Which is only brought about by language inadequacy and not a big mystery at all.)

  1. Sounds like some slang language.

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