We live in a world of relativity, a universe of relativity, and yearn for the absolute. Each individual human soul is faced with this dilemma, to be determined immediately by relativity or transcendentally by the absolute. The relative is everything, the absolute is nothing. The choice is between existence and being. The end of all philosophy, consciousness sifting through the stuff of existence in search of meaning, is the discovery of the nothingness of being. It is the nothingness within which the universe came into existence and into which it is expanding, the nothingness of life, of spiritual being. The choice is clear. The absolute has come to us.
I stopped a fellow once on a Jerusalem street and asked for directions to a certain place. He thought for a few minutes, turning in different directions contemplating the possibilities and finally threw his arms up in the air saying “you can't get there from here!” Such is my thought and its conclusions for those unfamiliar with it. “You can't get there from where you are at!'