Do not turn the process of analysis into ultimate reality. A process of analysis, by definition, is a product of the human mind. It is a human activity that arises from, and is constrained by, the structure, functions, and limitations of our minds; there is nothing ultimate about it.
The human mind is incapable of entertaining apparently contradictory ideas simultaneously. We must not turn our limitations into the measure of ultimate reality, when they are simply the measure of our incapacity.
—TN, The Dharma Handbook