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musings aren't conclusions

PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 1:21 am
by Mowk
Here is what I can only conclude is but one of an infinite set of conclusions. An individual that quite literally lost itself while making dinner.

If God exist as an entity, a whole among a set of finite parts, it must be capable of the realization of an infinite imagination and it's consequence and be capable of doing an infinite number of things at once. That requires quite an imagination and capacity.

Re: musings aren't conclusions

PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 2:12 am
by Meno_
Mowk wrote:Here is what I can only conclude is but one of an infinite set of conclusions. An individual that quite literally lost itself while making dinner.

If God exist as an entity, a whole among a set of finite parts, it must be capable of the realization of an infinite imagination and it's consequence and be capable of doing an infinite number of things at once. That requires quite an imagination and capacity.



Yes, and an infinite imagination must be grounded in an Absolute reality!

Re: musings aren't conclusions

PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 4:00 am
by Mowk
I am certain, given "x" as a condition "I" will not recover at some point in what is considered time. I am certain that "I" as one possible example of every condition, can not determine that "x" can account for the set of all possible conditions given time.

Just short of half the way there. Hey but thanks for the encouragement. .49 recurring is half way there is encouraging in at least one of the infinite possibilities.

I am frustrated as an individual that I can not determine if I exist in that possibility. When the egoistic "I" is relinquished, the possibility is infinite.

I would rather conclude the human mind lacks the capacity to think instantaneously. One thought following another within the notion of a singular example of an infinite possibility.