there’s lots of ways to go up a dimension from a nexus of “I will”.

Well, doesn’t that just bring the problem a dimension up? [which is actually a good solution to many problems].

You have an “I” agent which is “doing” (willing).

You state that perhaps it is necessary to go “up a dimension” (like solving a maze by looking at the maze all at once rather than travelling through it – going from 2D to 3D view) – or in short, perhaps a Gods’-eye / birds-eye POV.

there’s lots of ways to go up a dimension from a nexus of “I will”.

But (what if) – that’s it? Is it possible for an “I will” to stand alone?

If not, as you ask, what’s the agent? Who provides the will to create the I, or the I to create the will?

Nice foray into the whole cause effect/effect cause thing. I love this area.

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