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It is unique. There is nothing to which it can be justly likened, or with which it can be compared. This must be so since it goes beyond and transcends all things without any exception. It is inexpressible. Whatever is said of it will only succeed in describing an idea in the mind of the sayer, and this goes beyond and transcends all ideas, again without any exception.

-- Notebooks Category 28: The Alone > Chapter 1 : Absolute Mind > # 96