I think you would enjoy Nicolas of Cusa's geometrical analogies, if you can find them. Father Coppleston's History of Philosophy is great, I think. Just gives you the kernel, it seems.
'The unattainable is attained by non-attainment'. I like that. I also like Oscar Wilde and G. B. Shaw, for the same reason. Paradox hints beyond the limits of the rational. I find the Tao to be sublime. At the same time I love a neo-pragmatist like Rorty.
I enjoy philosophy as a strange mixture of Art, Religion, and Science.
Do you like William Blake? At his best he's pure Poetic Genius. Also F. Schlegel offers up this sublime concept of "Transcendental Buffoonery." He seems too little known. He goes against the spirit of the present moment, I think. I suspect his reputation will increase at some point. But I don't read German. I have to dig up translations on the internet.
Well, have a good night. I am finally turning in.