Say I were to propose a world based on polarizing "opposites", such as orbits causing day and night; light and "dark". If you consider the universe as a whole, you begin to notice that it runs on cycles. That is to say, it must obtain two separate fixed points of opposition that more often than not (by far) revolve around each other to create harmony. Now with that in mind, which do you consider to be more true; the force that requires opposition to begin the orbit, or simply the action itself as a sense of "oneness" that is truly only an obscure illusion of opposition? That is to say everything is purely objective and there isn't really an opposite in space/time.. At first thought, I want to say dualism is an illusion, but the more I think about how reality revolves around itself, I begin to realise conflict seems to be its fuel. It's a certain balance between chaos and order that keeps it all in check. Perfectly imperfect. The universe may be based on its own moral code? What are your thoughts?