Tag Archives: time

Purpose

The purpose of life is to live.  I cannot remember a beginning – it is as though I’ve been here eternally. I fear death because I cannot comprehend eternity ending. We are time, fearful of itself.   We are surrounded by … Continue reading

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My Mouth, Never, Infinity, The Big Bang, and The Universe

So first I want to say how I arrived at this post. Earlier today, I developed a canker sore in my mouth that was bothering me. I went to go get some food and as I was walking to my … Continue reading

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Wittgenstein on Philosophy, Pt. II

This follows Wittgenstein on Philosophy.  We are beginning to plumb Wittgenstein’s concepts deeply. It took 5 books to get to this point – but I audaciously believe that I can illuminate his intentions better than the several rehashed critical essays I have … Continue reading

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History Reimagined

We imagine the future containing an infinite amount of possibilities. The present is more concrete, for obvious reasons.  Sandwiched between the to-come and what-has-come. But all of our conceptions of history suggest that the past can only have happened one … Continue reading

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Free! Movie

Just got my camera in yesterday.  Filming will commence as soon as I read the owner’s manual… The enigma is not the meaning of life, but how to proceed once you (think you) know what it is. I will be posting … Continue reading

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Now

Existence doesn’t posit existence…it’s just a quality of our travels through space/time. “Should is divine, unachievable…” And time is just an underrated instant.

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Correlation – First Truths

Gottfried Leibniz was a contemporary of Spinoza (they are called the two greatest rationalists after Descartes – read correctly either way) who had reviewed the Ethics but did not agree philosophically on the grounds that it contradicted Orthodox belief. His … Continue reading

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