I have already reached the stage usually referred to as ‘enlightenment’.
(...); My Gob [Ground of Being] is an Absolute or Ultimate Ground of Being. It includes everything. Space and time come from Gob. While
Richard insists that space and time are actual, he cannot prove that space and time have any existence outside of the mind of the
perceivers. From my own perspective as an enlightened person I can agree that space actually exists. But space exists only in relation to
the mind of the observer. Outside of the mind or minds of the perceivers, space does not exist, ‘actually’ or otherwise. Space exists
because a mind or minds exist to perceive it. You cannot prove that space or the universe exists a priori. When Richard tries to prove the
‘Actual’ existence of form, he resorts to ontological arguments for example: <snipped quote from Richard> Here he blithely
ignores the fact that all the words he uses to describe the ‘actual’ (such as physical, tangible, concrete and corporeal) have no
foundation outside of the mind of the perceivers.