Bending the rules for the sake of art?

I will be the first to admit that my knowledge of grammar is not polished. However, it does allow me to construct sentences that make sense…unless I get into “ramble mode”. That’s when, even I tend to cringe at how convoluted my sentences can get. I can’t help it…most times. That’s the way my mind works. It’s not only a monkey but a contortionistic one at that.

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Shree wonders…

In the book Journeys into Emptiness, the author Robert Jingsen Gunn states that the concept of dualism or psychological splitting and that ability to differentiate good and bad comes from an initial experience of emptiness which occurs at the very early ages of life. This experience of emptiness occurs when there is a condition of early trauma which is severe enough to cause an individual to create a split. In another section, he states that the ego is formed due to this process as well. “It is the tendency to divide all experiences into two in other to maintain an illusion of a separate self”.

So naturally this got me to wonder…
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