If you mean that our idea of the All is paradoxical, I agree. One might say that the all cannot be written in closed form. I have suggested that "being is negative one," but this is probably misunderstood by most, as they are not necessarily even interested in the same aspect of philosophy that I (we?) am/are.
The story of the blind wise men and the elephant is still the best way of explaining this in terms we can digest, don't you think.
Every thought we individually have about the infinite is correct in that they all describe aspects of the infinite but no single thought no matter how eloquent can ever convey the entirety of the infinite'
I must insist that math uses the infinity concept in important ways, but they understand it, IMO, as a potentially infinity. Or in the sense of no-limit.
I am sure that the concept used in mathematics makes for some very exciting equations, I am just saying that the concept, while still valid, is just one aspect of the infinite and is not capable, simply by the limits of communication, of incorporating the immensity of the infinite into its expressions.
For instance, that lovely number e is defined by means of a limit. The bigger the value we use for n, the closer our approximation to e. But we can never represent this number perfectly. No limit on our precision except strangely a limit on perfect precision. And also strange is this: our calculation of e becomes slower and slower exponentially in terms of magnitude, which is poetically related to what this number represents. Every next digit is ten times less important than the one before, if we are calculating its decimal value.
e = limit as n tends to infinity of (1 + 1/n)^n .....and this is basically the polite and careful way of saying that e = (1 + 1/infinity) to the power of infinity. A number that is limitlessly close to one multiplied by itself a limitless number of times. Hmmm.
Yikes, I don't speak that language. But I bet there is a way to express the same exact thing in a story, I do better with stories. If it is real there is probably some example of it in nature, don't you think?