Why is there something instead of nothing?

Why “this is” rather  than “that is”? It’s because we are pointing to this, rather than  pointing to that. It’s because we are still within this rather than  within that. it’s because we are at this state rather than at that  state.

Why we could think the opposite while it doesn’t exist anywhere  (based on our consideration logically). It’s because our first thought  was (already) derived from reality but when we were thinking the  opposite, it was based on the structure of the thinking itself where  there was no obligation for our second thought should be linked to  reality.

We were thinking “because if we could think of it then there was  reality of it”. But the fact is that we are thinking now and it may be  derived from previous thought rather than it was derived from reality  itself (at the same level that was owned by previous thought). In the  sense that our current thinking may not only be linked to the previous  thought but it may be linked to reality but there is no assurance  compared to the previous thought (that already linked to reality).  Forcing it would be considered as inequality comparison.

It’s because we are making inequality comparison. By  hoping that our thought (about “nothing”) must be linked to reality as  already happened on our previous thought (about “something” that could  be traced back to reality). It’s far beyond as it should be. It may be  considered as inequality comparison (it may or may not be considered  having link to reality). We think there is something that “it doesn’t  make sense” but actually it makes sense that we are dealing with  inequality comparison.

“Inequality comparison” doesn’t have to be considered having no  relation with reality, it’s just that may have or may have no relation  with reality.

Why is there something instead of nothing? Essentially, it’s because we are STILL within not  nothingness.

Otherwise we will see nothingness as our neighbor. In other  words, we were thinking about “exist” within not nothingness, and while  we were thinking (finding, formulating, defining, observing, and  similar to these) about nothingness, the fact that we were STILL  thinking it within not nothingness. There is no escape. We are POINTING TO (saying about something as) nothingness. It’s because we are STILL within not nothingness (something).

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