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There is no such thing as an empty mind.

A clear mind is empty – unburdened by fragmented impulses. But, once the shackles are discarded, emptiness gives birth to infinite potential – only then do real knowledge and creativity begin. Thus, a clear mind is as full as it gets – and it keeps growing …

It is neither empty nor full.
It is both empty and full.

In such emptiness/fullness, the clear mind is free to see its inevitable ties to reality / essence.
Ties mean limits.
Knowing your limits means unlimited horizons …

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