What There Is
All or nothing
I am currently having difficulty rationalizing the virtual experiential chaos mentioned in several earlier pages. I may have to be more sympathetic with Leibnitz' Principle of Sufficient Reason. Chaos is more likely to be epiphenomenal than fundamental. In a relational world, chaos has very little going for it.
The story of our world and of the cosmos has always existed in some form. Our freedom is in the storytelling. The living out our lives is filling in the details in a recursive and multi-level fashion. All of us comprise only one mind in infinite self-reflection. We have already been there and done that, but it is always possible to wring more meaning out of any 're-experiencing.' Every moment of every life presents an infinite challenge.
Any possible world with any less meaning has no reason to exist. It would be superfluous since this world already has infinite meaning. Any other reality can only have an 'orthogonal' meaning, and it could thereby be co-existent with this world. Everything is here now in eternity and our eschaton is only a move from one infinity to a higher one, to a more inclusive reality, as if we did not have enough reality already, which we probably do.
This next higher level of reality is both imminent and immanent and it is orthogonal to and inclusive of our reality. Relative to it our world is not redundant. In some sense it is parallel to us now, but we will experience it mainly in the future, though in that future time will become multidimensional. If this sounds confusing don't be worried, things will work out, they have already been so.