One thing about clouds is that when you reach and enter them they just become mist. There is a message in there, perhaps.
The more if you take into consideration that what's 'Mist' in German in English is dung/manure/muck.
Well then I would rather be lost in a Scottish mist than a German one
A wise decision, dear Andrew. :)
Quantum mechanics says that the part of reality that we do not perceive is radically different than the part of the world that we do perceive. The difference is so profound that we still don’t fully understand how to talk about quantum reality. Much like clouds.
Reality is over-rated, perhaps (and of course certainly not understood)
My faith (which I never impose on others) promises that one day I'll see it all. It doesn't stop me from trying to understand now. That's why I'm reading your books, Andrew, and leaving them to my grandson. But it certainly helps me to relax when my mind goes blank about the mysteries of the universe.
Oh do let me know when (if) you see it all Claude. Find a way!