"What is" . . . and "what isn't", a micro perspective
From one perspective "what is" is limitless, immaterial, indescribable, emptiness, spaciousness, silence, stillness, non-conceptual, consciousness, the Absolute . . .
And "what isn't" are all interpretations, explanations, stories, definitions, opinions, hypotheses and points of view of . . . "what is".
Meaning . . . in the understanding game sometimes less is more? Not that this understanding is any kind of end point, it isn't, it's simply another way of framing how I see . . . from the impersonal or the personal?
Or looked at from another inquiring perspective, can I tell the difference between "what is story" (personal) and "what isn't story" (impersonal)?
With a nod to Nisagardatta Maharaj (1) . . . "What is": is everything. "What isn't": is nothing. And between the two I live my life."
Or nod (2) to Nisagardatta . . . "What is story": is nothing. "What isn't story": is everything. And between the two I live my life?"
Just reminders to self . . . to figure out my own understanding (story) before thinking about editing anyone else's understanding (story)?