This subject is abstract, and abstraction does not have a base definable by, nor to sentient reason. This is saying until man finds his potential, within himself, of his symmetrical counterpart, which is his unavoidable mirror image, but seen, when looking in the mirror which reflects himself, nothing but the back of his head, he cannot identify neither the face of God, nor a body appearing to be that of God when projected as sentient thought.
Abstraction does not present a plumlines definable by sentient reason. Abstract deduction is without images, and ones spirit must align itself with the unseen Spirit, beyond intellectualism, and all human rituals to become the objective ocean of the subjective wave.
Joseph Campbell believed that "...each of us has an individual myth that's driving us, which we may or may not know." This forum is for assistance and inspiration in the quest to find your own personal mythology.
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