The human mind perceives everything in numbers, everything measurable so that it can evaluate and analyze deep about it. In effect, the mental facade which the mind draws over itself blinds it from seeing the obvious truth and correcting the mind that ‘one’ is universal and nothing else.
Starting from a ‘day’, everything has its perfect opposite and the whole action(reaction) can be explained using the set of opposites. The realisation doesn’t occur that day is day because there is presence of sunlight and that night is a fictional word to call the state of absence of sunlight ! Well can’t all opposites be simplified in those terms to yield simpler derivatives ? Of course, Yes.
Perceiving and understanding this is tough for the mind, confusing, it creates unnecessary chaos because it does not realise that it had just created an absence of silence to think clear, not realising that silence can be more blissful for the mind to arrive at a conclusion, not realising that the silence can break the mind if left uncontrolled, not realising that silence can speak much louder than words.
Every entity perceivable is dependent on some other entity at the end ! Well if everything is dependent on everything else then who or what is constant ? There is not an answer for which the mind can pursue years to find but it will take forever. The logical derivation is that there is someone constant, the source of all entities, the ‘Prajapati’ and the final destination to all entities to which everything circles down to.
The supreme existence is very well evident for the mind to perceive but eludes without reason until it is forced to be in unison with the inner remniscence of the source, the destination, the truth, the everything and the one everlasting thing which has always, and will ever be present.