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Time Line Travel Through Atomic Displacement

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on August 8, 2001 04:04:08 UTC

My dear Richard,

You see our bodies are composed of atoms, molecules, protons, neutrons, electrons and all their inward parts to the smallest divisible parsec. You have no choice but to travel through time as you and I are walking talking breathing living atomic clocks. We are simply traveling through time lines that we have chosen or are placed in by our circumstances. We can control our destiny to some degree within the accessible reach of our ability (and more if one asks Allah to open new pathways to new timelines that may be sent in our path. Allah allows us to choose our time line by simply giving us the power to chose the direction that we take in life in things as simple as which class to take at school or what kind of company to keep around us and what kind of company to avoid being around or by simply moving from one geographical location to another one is able to alter their own destiny within the available and accessible confines of ones' reach.

When one goes to a theater and chose to watch a particular movie from out of a choice of ten movies and one before the first choice has ended decided to watch another movie one has not altered the fact that the movie is still running but that now one has moved to another picture thus changed ones' own destiny.

Best regards


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