"A problem is only a problem when there's a solution. We exist in a world of duality: positive vs negative, happiness vs sorrow, light vs darkness. The contrastive relationship helps us understand the world, yet it also obscures the existence of an absolute reality. If there's no solution to a probelm, then it's not a probelm anymore. It's a fact that we just have to accept."
I came across this quote on the internet. It makes me wonder that is duality required to support the existence of an absolute reality? We only know something is absolute when there's something that's a relative. But in another way if something is absolutely absolute then it's absolute. Why does it need anything to sustain it or make it perceivable?