Practise and inkling, impress/express the absolute. The relative is also there, parallel. The absolute is there without me, as a postulator, saying: Practise the absolute. It’s in me and in everything else. It’s a parallel aspect of me as it is of existence. It’s at the same time there without any concrete re-constructing subject or being or thing. And it’s in every existing thing (at least the ones we can perceive somehow currently — all the things that sound and resound to us as expressers and perceivers).