1 Meaning inheres in, manifests itself through, Love.
2 Love imparts unity, and Meaning imparts Love.
3 Love binds the world as it is according to its ultimate Meaning.
4 Though Love keeps the world as it is, Meaning keeps Love as it is.
5 Love is that everything is as it is; Meaning is why everything is as it is.
6 Meaning: the Meaning of everything.
7 Meaning is/is-not everything.
8 The meaning of Meaning in a word Meaning.
9 Meaning: the ultimate mysterium of everything.
10 Were we to ask, "What is the meaning of Meaning," we would find ourselves moving in a circle going quite nowhere. We could only keep answering: meaning.
11 The "scheme of things," The "nature of reality," and all such phrases, are familiar substitutes for "the "meaning of ..."
12 That our life has meaning: our dread and anguish if it doesn't.
13 Self-love: so that our life is to mean something.
14 All that we do or think has meaning whether we know it or not.
15 As life has its meaning, however unfathomable that meaning is to us, so our life has meaning.
16 That we mean something is our share in Meaning itself - however insignificant our share may seem to us.
17 We strive and struggle to put meaning into our life so to be in touch with the meaning of life itself; though we have no idea that that is our passion and compas- sion. Perhaps one day we will have that idea.
18 My meaning is Meaning; is essentially Meaning, to be more precise.
19 Though I may be of little consequence in life, I am of all consequence in meaning.
20 My "lowly" meaning in relationship to all meaning is that I fit into the total existential mosaic. I play my part in the scheme of things, however insignificantly to my perspective.
21 From good to evil, from love to hate, from the sublime to the ridiculous, from the ordinary to the bizarre, all that we do and think in our interest and concern is that our life be meaningful, that we matter in some way - and so, that we are loved; or at least needed.
22 A person will kill for love; and that is the evil (destruction) inherent in love.
23 Our pursuit of God is no less nor more than, is ultimately, our pursuit of Meaning.
24 If God is Love, then the Godhead, of which the mystics speak, is Meaning.
25 Though I may conceive Meaning, though I may intuit It, even experience It, I nevertheless can never understand Its eternal infinitude.
26 We can know of Meaning; but can never know It at least in our present form of consciousness.
27 Meaning is "behind the scenes", so to speak, of the modes of Love that we conceive, such as, order, essence, being, substance, and the like.
28 Love is my divinity, whereas Meaning is my sanctity. And why "my divinity"? Because of its pure oneness of everything. And why "my sanctity"? Because it is the that love is pure oneness Remember "I am that I am."
1. Love is my God and Meaning is my Godhead.
2 Love is God and God is Love.
3 Love as divinity; God as holiness; Meaning as sanctity.
4 Love as Oneness; God as Being; Meaning as Ultimate.
5 Love is the Meaning of the world of all that is.
6 Meaning is of all that is not. That is to say, Meaning is not of the world, but is to the world. Or more simply, Meaning gives itself (meaning) to the world.
7 The Meaning to the world is the ultimate of all things beyond which nothingness as everything is Meaning-Itself.
8 Love is the meaning of the world inasmuch as Meaning transforms itself into Love that binds all things into unity.
9 Love is Meaning transformed, transmuted, into the bond of unity.
10 My soul is my meaning my individual, personal emanation of meaning itself.
11 Essentially I am Meaning itself inasmuch as I am individualized meaning throughout my being in all its aspects.
12 I personalize my individual meaning as my soul.
13 My soul forms my being as this conglomerate of living matter and mind.
14 The "scheme of things," The "nature of reality," and all such phrases, are familiar substitutes for "the meaning of ..."
1 Love is the Meaning of all that is.
2 Meaning empowers Love, which wills unity.
3 The more I love in act, the more I am Love in Meaning.
4 I am my Meaning more than I am my self.
5 My Meaning is Love that which binds me as this being in relation to all beings.
6 Both good and evil are human consequences of Love; yet Love is neither one nor the other.
7 Meaning inheres in, manifests itself through, Love.
8 Love imparts unity, and Meaning imparts Love.
9 Love binds the world as it is according to its ultimate meaning.
10 Though Love keeps the world as it is, Meaning keeps Love as it is.
11 Love holds everything together as it is; Meaning is why everything is as it is.
12 Meaning : the meaning of everything.
13 Meaning is/is-not everything.
14 The meaning of Meaning in a word: Meaning.
15 Meaning the ultimate mysterium of everything.
16 Were we to ask, "What is the meaning of Meaning," we would find ourselves moving in a circle going quite nowhere. We could only keep answering: meaning.
1 Love is Meaning of the world.
2 Meaning pervades all things through Love.
3 Love is the bond of unity.
4 Unity underlies multiplicity.
5 Multiplicity is ordered Being.
6 Love essentializes being.
7 Essential being is the world.
8 Meaning pervades the world; love unifies it.
9 The meaning of one word is the meaning of all words, inasmuch as words
are meaning incarnate.
10. Though personally you love one person, and hate, or are indifferent to
another, essentially you love all persons inasmuch as you essentially are
11. Love, though you die - to self and or to life; for Love is as much death as it
is life in its manifestations.
12 Sensuously, beauty repels the ugly, just as, in its own way the ugly repels
beauty (resentment, jealousy); for beauty is the meaning of the ugly, just as
the ugly is the meaning of beauty. What is beauty without the ugly?
1 We have to ask the ultimate question as to its "source of", that is, "What is the meaning of it all?" And to avoid traversing in circles, the answer is simply: Meaning.
2 If it is the case that everything has meaning, then the meaning of everything ? from part to the whole ? is Meaning.
3 If then Love is the bond of unity - from part to the whole - then Meaning is what necessitates this bond of unity.
4 And further, if it is the case that God is Love, then the Godhead, in the words of the mystics, is Meaning.
5 Accordingly, our love-within meaning, Transconsciousness, is underpinned by the oneness of Love as the bond of unity; the wisdom of human-transcendence as the synapse, as it were, between our humanness and our transcendence (Love); and Meaning as the source of both Love and wisdom.
6 As regards our human relationship between these three ultimates of reality, we might say that wisdom is our humanity, Love is our divinity, and Meaning is our sanctity.
7 As Love, as a concept, is inseparable from its source, we add to the concept of Love-divinity, the complementary concept: Meaning. In which case we have Love-Meaning divinity.
How could we prove, one way or the other, to satisy the scientific mind the existence of Meanin?