Every infinity is equal to every other infinity. None of them can be lesser or greater however, a countable infinity can be greater or lesser than a single infinity.This is the infinity paradox.
Kafkaesque philosophy is about trying and peddling against a meaningless world and existence; making sense of the ultimately absurd or is it about accepting the absurd because any attempt to rationalize it is a fruitless effort? Maybe, it isn’t a teaching lesson at all but a commentary simply meant to stand as a fact?
Thr truths of the universe are as complicated as the truths of a man, the curiosity with each is seemingly of no avail and yet we pine to seek it.
A man’s destiny may begin after he has perished and the universe’s fate may cease to exist only when it has just begun. The physical language may not be the route to a universal concept and the universal laguage may be impractical in a physical world.
Not all glory can be accomplished in paradoxes, confusions and complications yet, the primary nature of curiosity isn’t about demanding answers but remonstrating it even when you know you might not find one.