Forgetting the quote, the first paragraph seems to say:
The problem with Christianity is that it is unable to explain the simplicity of how things work, no matter how complex the explanation becomes.
The quote itself, impenetrable to me, seems to say: Don't even bother trying to figure out whatever this means, because it will leave you none the wiser.
Which, again, is why taoism is my Way.
The result is the same: reverence for God, although taoism does not call it God.
Reverence, shall we say, for the order of things.
Which is where I am.
It is only people I have trouble with.
Which is why I keep human interaction to a minimum, but for odd forays out to the internet.