Love the feeling?
Yes, we don't know anything. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25601325
For this reason, Love, the Feeling, is the only thing true.
Yes you do. You will.
You can't be serious!
The following quote is from "Infinite Love is the only truth - everything else is illusion" and Icke makes it clear that it's NOT "love the emotion" that he's talking about. I can't believe how ignorant and arrogant Icke's fans are.'Infinite Love is the only truth - everything else is illusion; no buts, no exceptions, that's it.' The existence of one Infinite Consciousness is the only truth; everything
else is the imagination of that Consciousness - illusion. I should also define 'Love'as used in this book. It's not the, 'I love you darlin', fancy a quick one?' version, or
any other misrepresentations along the same lines. Love in the context of Infinite Love is the balance of all. Infinite 'Love' is also Infinite Intelligence, Infinite
Knowing, Infinite Everything. Thus, it is and it isn't; it is everywhere and nowhere, everything and nothing. It is All Possibility in perfect balance.
Anyways, I will never get it because I will not accept something on faith. It doesn't matter how you explain the quote, the following contradiction still stands:
When David dIcke claims, “Infinite love is the only truth, everything else is illusion.”, he's judging all truth and everything in existence. In order to judge something correctly, one must at least have some basic grounding in what they are judging.
When Icke says, “There's lots of things we don't know.” he is admitting that he couldn't possibly know with complete certainty whether or not it's true that “Infinite love is the only truth, everything else is illusion.” However, he claims that the latter statement is absolutely true.
"To believe in a contradiction is to abdicate your belief in the existence of the world around you and the nature of the things in it, to instead embrace any random impulse that strikes your fancy - to imagine something is real simply because you wish it were.A thing is what it is, it is itself. There can be no contradictions. In reality, contradictions cannot exist. To believe in them you must abandon the most important thing you possess:your rational mind. The wager for such a bargain is your life. In such an exchange, you always lose what you have at stake." - Terry Goodkind