^Lol at nemo.
Ne, for me, is this, er, or rather Ne has "revealed" these things to me..
From an entirely theoretically-positioned "external" perspective, there exists only one singular massive unistructure of things (matter), which exhibits a unisystem of functionally active parts, (energy).
There is something that intuitively makes sense about 98% of perceived things. Why? Because nature tends to leave its "mark". We perceive/experience a temporary reality/existence that's bound by ubiquitous laws (energy) and composed of absolute parts (matter).
Basically reality consists of the reuse and reusing of recycled parts.
Duality, balance and cyclical permutations of parts seem to be transcendent amongst the reality I perceive.
The thread(s) of reality also seem to weave its way throughout itself, if that makes any sense.
Basically there are common, consistent threads of reality that can be perceived at the "fabric" level.
Self-similarity seems to be exhibited by and at many if not most/all layers of existence throughout Its constituent seemingly complex systemic or structural parts. There appears to exist a seemingly constant fluctuating of roles between intrinsically connected opposing processes whose situationally/temporally assumed "positions" resulted from, that which in effect has been an accumulation of their past situationally/temporally influenced positions/predicaments. And so, hence, they perpetually affect each other in a "constant current" of contextually derived events?!?!? .
I am suddenly inclined to state, "The universe exists in one perpetual moment". Oh and there seems to be an infinitely broad or infinitely fine point at which oppositional forces/constructs seem to blend, merge, or swap, i.e. cease to exist.
Blah, I'm tired, and I'm sure I'll be quite embarrassed by the voodoo hippieness of this post later, oh well.
Long story short: "Ne" or, I happen to make connections because things *are* connected. So, things are inherently connected and Ne allows me to see these connections.