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Beyond Time — A Rambling

 

“You should know now that nothing begins
Nor does it end.
Things are ever-present.”
-Grant Morrison

 

To see beyond the imposition of time is to see things complete as multi faceted gems that contain one’s entirety within them. Everything that we see as having happened or happening or will happen is there in one eternal moment in its perfection. There is nothing or no one that has ever existed for us that is not there for it is all part of that completeness and thus they exist and we can exist with them.
Of course we feel the constraints of time. It is after all a great way of organizing and experiencing things. I doubt anyone of us could handle our existence here without it tho on cold winter nights when we grow nostalgic, it helps to know that beyond the veil of time-space limitations, any person, place or thing continues as do we all.
Blessings, G

 

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Curiosity Curiosity by G A Rosenberg

 

VortexVortex by G A Rosenberg

 

Reflections on Eternity…

“Life is an eternal instant.
Chronological time does not exist.”
-Samael Aun Weor

In the endless now
a thought may be eternal
another may be fleeting
as its birth, death and short existence
all play out at once
and what is any life
but a mere thought
for the gods we truly are?
Everything the I Not I
has been am and will be
all but a whim
to my being, a masquerade
a toy to put away
a lesson, a timeless moment
Now where did I put my shoe?
— G A Rosenberg

Blessings, G

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He Will AnswerAnswers Will Come (Orobas)  by G A Rosenberg
Sitting In AbstractionSitting in Abstraction by G A Rosenberg

Leaf and Star

 

“Most people…are like a falling leaf that drifts and turns in the air, flutters, and falls to the ground. But a few others are like stars which travel one defined path: no wind reaches them, they have within themselves their guide and path.”
― Hermann Hesse

 

May I be both star and leaf? Leaf floats on the wind and follows gravely down. Yet for a moment it is borne away from any life it could have imagined for itself as if in defiance of the universe itself on a flight to who knows where. It does not fall as much as is carried in joy.
May I also be a star following a course and shining so bright. I have purpose direction and a conscious awareness that dwarves all. Both star and leaf, ephemeral and constant. Yet is there something of which the star itself is but a leaf in comparison? What connection to wisdom that would be.
Blessings, G

 

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Image of Crowley Over K2 MountainImage of Crowley Over K2 Mountain by G A Rosenberg

 

Gone FissionGone Fission by G A Rosenberg