If I could find the words to speak and say them without getting weak, it's all right there inside my head thoughts just jumbled up instead. Give me a chance to write them down and I'll describe my world without a sound.
Without an authority, you are your own authority. But yet what do you perceive? Right and wrong? Truth and false?
So can you observe within yourself?
Did you observe anything before ever observing what is inside of yourself, or was it afterwards? what floats inside of you is only what floats outside of you: is this not how you come to being? Are you truly finding yourself? Or what are you finding about yourself? (Your opinion is only a reflection of the exterior from yourself; But that is beyond the point.) If there truly is not an authority, and if you are the authority; how can anything exist from you alone?
know that what you perceive isn’t from you. It is only within your consciousness.
Truly you only know that you exist because of what exists outside of your existence; although you are not proven to exist without the absence of your existence.
Whatever you trust in isn’t from you; and only faith can be what you believe in. So whatever you put your faith in it can only be of your own knowings, but you cannot have faith in yourself alone.