Re:The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
Apr 21, 1998 03:14 AM
by Dallas TenBroeck
April 21 1998
CIRCLE or SPIRAL ?
As an analogy, try putting a disc instead of a propeller onto
your outboard motor when you need to go boating. Only the spiral
created by the propeller will drive the boat forward in both time
You can try to return to the exact space from which you left, but
as far as I can see this cannot be done with full accuracy.
there have been changes in the meantime, in space, time and
material (due to the constant exchange of atoms and molecules).
I do not think that the idea of a circle or disc is valid. But,
I could be wrong.
>From: "Mark Kusek" <email@example.com>
>Date: Sunday, April 19, 1998 5:17 PM
>Subject: Re:The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
>Jerry Schueler wrote:
>> I am convinvced that evolution is a cycle or circle, not a
>> This means that we wind up pretty much where we started off,
>> as timeless and spaceless monads. So what's the point?
>> I think that life needs no "reason" other than
>> (Meister Eckhart said the same thing years ago). The concept
>> of "purpose" implies time, and timeless things don't need a
>> purpose, because they are already perfect.
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