Anything can be wonderful, if we know that anything is wonderful.
Now, what if there is no qualification for knowing. What if
'wonderful' is how anything is? Doesn't it require proof to deny
this principle, once it is declared subjective? Aren't we free to
find 'wonderful' in anything?
Apparently, there is nothing that denies that a theory is
wonderful, and thus, there is nothing that denies that we, and our
thoughts, are wonderful!
The wonderful is no more than the qualification that everything is
wonderful. And it is much less likely that nothing is wonderful.
Categorically, however, only wonderful things are wonderful, but
if something is wonderful, then everything about it is in some way
*Inspired by Calculus.
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