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Posted by Phil.o.Sofir on February 9, 1999 19:18:48 UTC

: Hello Folks. I'm back.

: Nothing.

: When we start to look space-universe-wholeness, to through nothing, we see it clear.

: In this nothing(nothing-box, or nothing-ball), is not nothing. Zero, 0, no-matter.

: Question. : Who is made this nothing? : No answer.

: In this nothing is matter. : This matter move. : Forms, planets, trees, humans, everything, what we can sense.

: Questions. : Where this matter come? : How this matter come? : Why this matter come? : No answer.

: Clear nature view. : - No Big-Bang. : - No black-holes. : - No starting point.

: Question. : Why this all, exist? : Answer. : No answer.

: Life is nice thing. : Existing is beautifull.

: Can we see it clearly? : Yes. : How. : Look directly. : Not, through, - Mathematics.

: Dont allow numbers to control us. : Numbers is important but numbers dont tell : - Meanings : - existing : - matter borning : - Why

: Space, this large room, is nice. : I love it.

: We are in it.

: Love and Peace. Human.

*** It is nice to live, especially when no war is threatening! To bad we cannot stop the bad and promote the good

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