Space

We create spatiality through our words, laws, thoughts and borders. When we face a wall or a physical border we recognize the spatial limitation. By thinking freely we reach the borders of the social and cultural space. Our life starts in a cramped biological place and it finishes in a defined wooden box. We realize the physical space and the mental space. We even feel emotional space, but can there be a no-space?

No-space is a mental condition. We artificially create space around us.
No-space means no difference between inner and outer world. Just one world.
No-space declares no thoughts because thinking emerges space. No-thinking.
No-space includes no past and no future. Just now, just being.
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