To strive for an ultimate belief in an empiric view of the world, that our senses and sequences give us, is wise when we are children, but ludicrous when we are aged. We should constantly strain our necks, and hearing, to eavesdrop on that which is unstable and strike when the mystical synapse, to that which is non-human, opens. Sometimes the expression of this can be a chair.
— / aqqindex , Matthew Sullivan
One perceives all created things — solids, liquids, gases, electricity, energy, all beings, gods, men, animals, plants, bacteria — as forms of consciousness
— Paramahansa Yogananda
I secretly think reality exists so we can speculate about it
— Slavoj Žižek
Nature does not hurry yet it accomplishes everything
— Lao Tzu