That ‘nowhere’ is both ‘no where’ and ‘now here’ compositionally is obvious because the first can be broken down in both of the latter two composites. However ‘nowhere’ is also both ‘no where’ and ‘now here’ semantically. This must be understood mystically. Being nowhere means being in no where, means being in no place. But being nowhere means at the same time being now here, means at the same time being in the eternal presence. Being nowhere one is taken out of the worldly placement and taken into the holy eternal presence.