13 March 2011

The End of the Seeker: 'Me'

'The seeking implies that there is something to be found, and somebody there to find it. It implies a seeker separate from what is sought. In fact, the entire search rests on that assumption. That assumption, indeed, is the search itself.

(...) Time is the seeker's worst enemy, for without time, seeking is not possible. It takes time to find what you are looking for! The seeker cleverly keeps himself alive by setting up 'the end of seeking' as a new goal, which implies time, which in turn implies the continued existence of the seeker in time.' - Jeff Foster.

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