Few of us ever stop to ask one of the most basic questions about the Universe: Where is it? The answer can help us understand the structure of nature and rid the mind of useless things.
To do so requires us to deviate from conventional thinking. We’re taught since childhood that the universe can be divided into two entities — ourselves and what’s outside of us. This seems logical and apparent. What is “me” is commonly defined by what I can control. I can move my fingers but I cannot wiggle your toes. The dividing line between self and nonself is generally taken to be the skin.
Fact: “appearance is relative to the range of the observer”
Question: What do you look like at Zero distance?