There is a core mistake in most of our lives: We take stories as true, including the basic story of a separate I in whatever form it takes, for instance as a doer and observer.
And yet, that mistake is not a mistake. It has infinite causes. And it is part of the play of God, another way for God to explore and experience itself. How else would God experience itself as finite? How else would God experience drama, and being completely caught up in drama? How else would God experience the drama of seeking and eventually “finding” itself?
The initial mistake only appears as a real mistake when stories are taken as true….
- the mistake that is not a mistake
- the mistake: taking a story as true
- not a mistake: infinite causes, the play of god/existence (another way for god to explore/experience itself)