“The horizon is the demarcation between sky and earth and it can be observed and described.

While its appearance is undeniable, its spatial location has no actuality.

The horizon is essentially un-locatable and its existence is contingent on a co dependent relationship with the observer.

The reference point or the point of view of the observer creates the appearance of horizon.

Viewing from a different vantage point will see a different horizon, and it will keep changing as we travel toward or away from it.

Whilst the horizon is valid in the appearance, it is in fact not real.

Likewise, while a sense of “me” spontaneously arises, it has no independent existence and is purely conceptual.

The you that you imagine you are, is as real as the horizon. ”

Pete Lawry

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