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Twopence to Cross the Mersey by Helen Forrester

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We are aware that what we need to change some of the stereotypes of our consciousness. The cornerstone of the world familiar to us is the idea of ??the overall development of linearity. This linearity may appear in different forms. Thus, for example, is absolutely inviolable for us is the idea that the past is largely (if not entirely) determines the present and to some extent affect the future, but not now, even more so the future is not in a position to at least a skolko act on their own past. Therefore, the development of a single stream appears in our consciousness as a beam emitted from a stationary point in the distant past and rushing into a temporary infinity. By virtue of the same presentation, all located in the past, drawn to us less than perfect and developed, on the contrary, all providimoe in the future - an approximation to some ideal. Finally, a manifestation of the same linearity is the idea of ??the absolute isolation of man in this world. Being objective reality may be, and the stretching out across the axis of the physical time, but a temporary area enveloped by our (earthly) consciousness - is something like a small island in the vast sea. If you count the time of the existence of our world from the so-called point of singularity, that forty thousand years of civilization, metered by the formation of the Cro-Magnon and the Neolithic revolution, even in the amount of those decades in which we can look in their forecasts for the future, does not amount to a thousandth of a per cent of the the total duration of its existence. We are closed on this insignificant "islands" of the time, and everything that happened, or - even more so - will be outside the essentially has no value for us. And if it is true that real-life phenomena are only those that are able to provide at least kakoe- the impact on us, to some extent, it is fair and exaggerated assertion that outside events, embrace this void time interval, nothing at all , there was, apparently, will never be the ...

Twopence to Cross the Mersey by Helen Forrester

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Helen Forrester
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