That is whole; This is whole. That is Infinite; This is infinite. When the infinite is taken out of Infinity, What remains is Infinite.
Now, coming back to the Sibilants, the Vedās treat the idea of Shakti or energy very differently from the western scientific method. The Shakti unfolds as part of the individual consciousness. Its perception is always as a ‘movement’ a kriyā. The first Sibilant ‘sh’ is Shri Lakshmi. It is the countable infinite and belongs to the domain of א0. Here the energy transactions are conserved. It moves from one place to another without leaving anything behind. I give you money, it decreases with me but improves your balance. This energy is discrete.
The next letter is ‘shha’ and it signifies Ushā the Shakti that keeps getting replenished. ….the rays of the sun; the flowing rivers; the sprouting leaves are all examples of this form of Shakti. The reservoir of energy is so huge that we get a feeling of ‘continuity’ in using it. I go to the river and take a bucket of water, I get it but the river immediately fills up. This belongs to the domain of א1 and it is continuous.The third Sibilant ‘sa’ is Saraswati. It is the energy which increases by giving – the lighting of the lamps, the spread of knowledge and the abundant fruits and seeds of the plants and trees constitute this Shakti. It is this relentless increasing magnitude of Saraswati that leads one to the fourth sibilant ‘ha’. Saraswati is all those processes where the count increases exponentially. This increasing is the root √brih from which Brahmn is derived.