People tend to use their logic and their rational mind to try to comprehend everything not only directly perceptible, but everything they imagine can exist. Should we not also indulge in the possibility that the human mind is limited and that there are things to be known outside the scope of our normal perception ?
Let us take the example of two ideas that are both illogical, but nevertheless one of them has to be true.
For the human mind it is both illogical that something can come out of nothing, and that something doesn’t have a beginning or end, yet against these two seemingly rational and logical thoughts we have the argument of our own existence and everything around us.
We have this never ending universe in which we live, and the only two possible explanations for its existence can be that it has either always existed and thus has no beginning nor end, or that it came out of nothing.
By further examining the only two possible explanations of how the universe came to be (or has simply always been), we come to the conclusion that the only logical answer can be that the universe has always existed.
It could not have come out of nothing because nothing does not exist. Everything is something. Even the air we breath and the vast space we live in is something, which with that reasoning (that everything has a beginning) had to have come out of something.
And so here I hope that I have proven by using logic and rational thinking the actual limits of human reasoning and logical comprehension, which will hopefully leave room for everyone to explore on their own what lies beyond the power of comprehension of rational thinking.