I think that my response can be summed up as, "point B is never clearly defined". Quoting: Chaol
As we cannot perceive of something directly, so too would point B not be perceived directly. Thus, we cannot clearly define it.
That is how I see it too. I wrote it to Unit3 using different words:"We think that point B is in the realm of our imagination. But this realm is blurry to us. But since we live in our imagination/dreams (our subjective world, as we call it), the realm of reality also looks blurry (because we always see reality from the perspective of our dream).
So, it seems that defining point A is the hard bit."
To put it an other way, if you want to drive to Arlington you could: Quoting: Chaol
1) Ask questions and provide answers consciously, perhaps by looking at a map
2) Get in the car and go somewhere specific. It doesn't matter where.
I am suggesting #2, with the important point to have a clear idea in mind about any destination. It need not be Arlington in order to get to Arlington.
Nowhere in my posts suggested what one could do if he wants to be in Arlington (asking Q&As, looking at the map etc).
I wrote that we need Q&As to produce
After that, our job is done and the Genius will take over.
No need to talk about #1 and/or #2.
However, I honestly see the value in helping us remember that B is here with us, at point A.
Maybe asking Q&As about B will somehow reveal where A is. Where we stand "now". And then we may not need to define anything. We will just float towards it.