Why do we say "More precisely, it is"? Here's why: if something arises, it must appear on either of existence or of non-existence. If it emerges from being, then no appearance, no occurrence in fact no - because it already exists. If it comes from non-being, while the non-existence should already be something that from it could be something. But this can not be, because the non-existence - this is nothing. Thus, Genesis, "It" does not arise either from being or from non-being: it never occurs, it simply exists. Since this finding will do everything that exists, then nothing ever appears. For if something is born, even the most trifling circumstances, immediately raises the question: where it came from - of the existence or nonexistence? If the first - then it already existed; If the last, then we fall into contradiction, since the non-existence - this is nothing, and can not be the source of life. Hence the conclusion - change the formation and movement - are impossible. Accordingly, "It is." "The way we have one - we can only say that" It is. " In this way, there are many signs, confirming that "This" no one has created, and it is not subject to destruction, for it is completed, real estate and has no end. "
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