God cannot hide from Himself the fact that He is God.
The former destroys Western Dualism; the latter destroys Eastern Non-Dualism.
Since the two 'axioms' cancel each other out, I am free from both 'East' and 'West'.
What this does is to clear a space [between 'East' and 'West' with Israel at the center-- the mean point where meaning is] in order for the Flash of inspiration (the Ruach haKodesh-- the spirit located at the 'Center' / the mean / Israel /Jerusalem/ the Temple) to occur.
ADDENDUM: I am writing this on 7-1-17. I just noticed that about 10 years ago (7-11-07) I made the final blog entry to my last blog. Since above is my first blog entry in eight and a half years and it picks up -- subject-wise-- where I left off, I decided to place it here.
"There are only three philosophical positions that I can conceive of taking: Monotheism, pantheism, or agnosticism.
Monotheism, which is the position I've chosen, is [logically] impossible since there cannot be anything other than God. It does however respond to man's need for an Other.
Pantheism is [logically] 'true', but there is no Other in it.
Agnosticism finds both of these positions objectionable. It refuses to assume oneness with the All (pantheism / Monism) and get tagged as 'It' (i.e. God) or worship an Other (Monotheism / dualism) who cannot [logically] exist."