A Matter of Fact
Matter requires space to move. You can’t imagine an end to space nor can you imagine it going on forever. It is incomprehensible. That makes matter incomprehensible because it needs space. It must be an illusion. Nondualism like monism is a very simple idea. There is only one substance. It is found in Hinduism with the Advaita Vedanta. Later it is found with Spinoza. The argument is also very simple. If this fork is not part of God, then God is limited and that is a contradiction in terms.
Descartes is one of the more famous philosophers just because he came up with “I think therefore I am”. Don’t you wish you had been the first one to say that? He was a dualist and his girlfriend once ask him how the soul communicated with the body. “Never mind how it does, it just does” was his answer. She should have dumped him. Spinoza on the other hand was dumped by his family, his Jewish community, and the village where he lived for challenging their dualistic views. He was 23 years old. He is the one who should be remembered even though he didn’t say, “I think therefore I am”. You could argue that Spinoza actually existed.