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The distinction between past, present, future, and Eternity

 
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 1:01 pm    Post subject: The distinction between past, present, future, and Eternity Reply with quote

The distinction between past, present, future, and Eternity with physical objects! I am gratified to know that I held not an opinion but a scientific fact in my concept of existence or of time and eternity.as in the fact that physical objects do not disappear into the past as our thoughts do. In this sense reality is only half real. Plato concluded that the fleeting world of daily experience is only half real, an ephemeral(transient ) reflection of a timeless domain of pure and perfect forms, which occupy the realm of eternity. Time itself is but an imperfect "moving image of Eternity which remains forever at one," "By far, reality is the best invention yet for Lockheed Martin. What have they already thought of next?" Terrestrial officers Tyler and Denver On the Now the Eternal presence of military perfection
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