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“Unlimited has no principle, for in such a case it would be limited.”
The Anaximander's quote says that the unlimited has no principle. If it did, it would be limited.
This philosophical concept is true and fascinating, even if a truly ancient man makes it. The unlimited has no principle or no deduction or explanation.
The unlimited is unlimited, and there is no way to explain or understand it. However, being aware of the limitlessness of the world should make us positive and happy. We should be aware that whatever we do, there is always something more we can do.
So if the unlimited precisely has no principle and is unlimited, let us try to imitate it. We should also try to be unlimited and not set ourselves physical or mental limits. We can do whatever we believe in if we really want to.
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