“The human being is this night.” Hegel said. It is only a pure self that is there. It contains endless imaginations. teeming with surplus consciousness and abstract representations with no place going to. This is a field of collective unconsciousness, a being stripped of time and space. Man roams carefree in this endless void, now being no more subjected to sorrow of personal affection, desire, and obsession. The spirit of man and the world are combined into an integral one, where lies no birth nor death, no filth nor clearness, and no increase nor decrease.