I am between knowing and not knowing; between believing and not believing. I am faced with a fundamental aporia, a distinction of which a knowing is not really known to oneself unless that oneself is in place to know what he does not believe. The truest faith is belief in the world, and oneself as the performer of that belief. All knowing is, in essence, a performance. It is the process of explaining what is implicit, and taking nothing for granted that shows-itself-from-itself. Through a fundamental awareness all things become part of a belief system and define, through their presence, the ‘what is there for me’ and could only be there because I am conscious of being conscious. Where a believing is absent, the possibility of ‘being’ is absent. Awareness is the proof of existence, while being unaware is no existence at all.
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