Question: What are some paradoxes that are actually true?
Answer: Most of such paradoxes arise from our inherently egocentric, subjective perception. Driven by this perception we associate ourselves with our selfish, introverted egos, thinking that whatever we sense “outside of ourselves” is alien to us.
But in truth it is the ego that is alien, it is turning “us” against ourselves, since in truth whatever we perceive “outside” of our inherent egoistic self is actually our real “self”.
Consequently we think we are fulfilled, we become happy by constantly stuffing our ego like pulling everything into a black hole where everything disappears. Instead true fulfillment, happiness is reached by serving, fulfilling what is “outside of us”, thus nurturing, enlivening our “real self”.