In the beginning, there was One.
All was One, and One was all, One alone.
No one was with One, and One was with No one.
No One loved One, because One was alone. So No One was lonely, for All was One. Yet One was with No One, and One loved No One.
One was No One, for if All is One then there is only
And No One was One.
One beheld No One, as in a mirror, and No One beheld One. Their love was impossible, yet real, all at once. Because One was, One alone, One was not, that is, No One was. One begot No One.
There was One and No One, Two. And One and Two made Three.
Thus all the numbers were born.
For in the very ambiguity between existence and non-existence proceeds a relationship, that is, "two-ness" or duality. But the duality is actually a third, that is, a bond between two. Once this bond proceeds from the first two, which are really One, then all other relationships extend outward to infinity.
One and One are Two, and One and Two are Three. One and Three make Four, and then Five, Six, and Seven.
And so it goes, forever and ever.