The metaphor in religious traditions is to something transcendant that is not literally any thing.

The metaphor in religious traditions is to something transcendant that is not literally any thing. If you think that the metaphor is itself the reference, it would be like going to a restaurant, asking for the menu, seeing beefsteak written there, and starting to eat the menu.

-- Joseph Campbell
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