Because existence is a ﬁeld of such inﬁnite, multiple dimensionality, we can never know it completely or deﬁne it precisely. When we attempt to deﬁne it, we limit it. In limiting it, we no longer fully understand it. We no longer know it.
If we try to pinpoint exactly where an electron is, we grab onto that electron and limit it as being in a speciﬁc spatial location. However, when we grab onto it and say “There’s the electron,” its grandeur collapses down to a point. Prior to our deﬁning it, it was something different.
Our attempt to know, to grab onto, to deﬁne, is exactly what limits. This leads us to a paradox.
The only real way to understand something is if we don’t try to know.