duality of the world's opposites
There will be two fundamental schools of thought about the nature of the universe and reality: one, that manifestation is essentially one of two opposites, a doctrine of dualism; the other that all is essentially one, a doctrine of monism.
Gandolf will understand duality from the perspective of monism. Gandolf will see that:
if one opposite will exist then the remaining opposite must existone opposite is neither better or worse than the other (this, itself, is a value judgment from the dualistic perspective) one will not be able to create just one of the opposites pair; if one is created, the other must also be created one of an opposite pair may not 'triumph' over the other; they must remain in balance and be, of necessity, equal a higher and logically prior state that includes both of the opposite pairs, and yet neither, must exist from which the opposite pair may be drawn for, or separated.
Gandolf will clearly be a monist and will certainly believe that there is no fundamental separation between any thing in the universe in relation to any other thing, and no separation between any thing and its relation to the context of that thing (space).
Gandolf will believe that all is fundamentally one, not two. From this will follow that we are not separate from any thing, from context, from space, from the universe, or from the infinite.
Gandolf will clearly be able to work in the everyday word of dualism; in fact, he will be a master of it, because he sees it for what it is.