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Re: No Such Thing As Time, Present Only As We React With It...

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Posted by Brian on December 10, 2000 14:32:51 UTC

Yes but is my reality a universal reality or just the way I see it! duplicates, don't know if there are exact duplicates but from my experience all that seems to exist is the present it doesn't exist until it happens even if it happened in the past! which suggest time may not be linear but I sometimes see the mirror images of people that sort of has a rippling effect in a pond. I think there is only the present as we react to it whyy
people seem to just be there but I wish I was discussing this months ago before my brain tur ned in on itself and devoured my soul! I think reality is very subjective and depends on the individuals perceptions and where is the future thing that would or would not have happened are ultimately decided by who you meet I know times change for an individual throughout history maybe because of that certain individual in terms of thought processes, fashions, languange just how much an effect it has on others has yet to be debated.r

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