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your crime is time 18 and life to go song by ugly kid joe.
we are all conditioned by time(genes from parent,cultural, society time conditioning of who we all think we?I/me are. So is it really a real experience or just a conditioning. true experience comes when the true consciousness senses are used and not 5 sense reality senses, example people who die and come back say there senses are more pure and clearer than the bodys senses. We are all slaves to the body whimping and whining, puberty no control over that, old age,disease death you have no control over, its like you stuck in slave boat being tossed around by natures dictatorship. psychological slaves to time follow and copy follow and copy what is the real me self, i am definitely not this product of genetics,cultural and societal norms it all conditioned by time.

next question without time how would we know discern what eternity is, if we always stuck in a eternal reality then how would we know what eternity is. time may act as a reference point within the scope of eternity infinity's so consciousness has a reference point within timelessness. but we must realize that we are not these points in time. but everyone seems to fall for all the same old mind tricks im christian, im muslim, im indian, im australian, im british, im black your white , im asian etc etc everyone always thinks they are these minuscule reference points in time which we are not. i cannot wait to go backstage back to the real me, we all false conditioned by time actors here.
like Shakespeare said.....
All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances;
And one man in his time plays many parts,
His acts being seven ages. At first the infant,
Mewling and puking in the nurse’s arms;
And then the whining school-boy, with his satchel
And shining morning face, creeping like snail
Unwillingly to school. And then the lover,
Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad
Made to his mistress’ eyebrow. Then a soldier,
Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard,
Jealous in honour, sudden and quick in quarrel,
Seeking the bubble reputation
Even in the cannon’s mouth. And then the justice,
In fair round belly with good capon lin’d,
With eyes severe and beard of formal cut,
Full of wise saws and modern instances;
And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts
Into the lean and slipper’d pantaloon,
With spectacles on nose and pouch on side;
His youthful hose, well sav’d, a world too wide
For his shrunk shank; and his big manly voice,
Turning again toward childish treble, pipes
And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all,
That ends this strange eventful history,
Is second childishness and mere oblivion;
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.

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Who or what can we trust these days? 767 greengirl5 10-Oct-18 00:29
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 168 Eddie Larry 10-Oct-18 01:06
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 147 Itatw70s 10-Oct-18 01:42
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 145 Eddie Larry 10-Oct-18 02:06
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 138 Itatw70s 10-Oct-18 15:40
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 139 Itatw70s 11-Oct-18 00:12
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 141 Susan Doris 11-Oct-18 15:00
Where you get into trouble 141 drrayeye 11-Oct-18 19:01
Re: Where you get into trouble 135 Itatw70s 11-Oct-18 21:06
Re: Where you get into trouble 124 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 21:40
Re: Where you get into trouble 129 Itatw70s 13-Oct-18 20:20
Re: Where you get into trouble 132 Susan Doris 12-Oct-18 05:58
Not surprising, but unfortunate 131 drrayeye 12-Oct-18 21:52
Re: Not surprising, but unfortunate 119 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 22:04
Re: Not surprising, but unfortunate 126 Susan Doris 13-Oct-18 05:47
Hopeless 124 drrayeye 13-Oct-18 07:55
Re: Hopeless 130 Susan Doris 13-Oct-18 08:37
Re: Hopeless 122 drrayeye 13-Oct-18 19:26
Re: Hopeless 120 Susan Doris 14-Oct-18 05:03
Re: Hopeless 119 drrayeye 14-Oct-18 05:31
Re: Not surprising, but unfortunate 127 Itatw70s 13-Oct-18 20:56
Re: Not surprising, but unfortunate 122 drrayeye 13-Oct-18 22:58
Re: Not surprising, but unfortunate 120 Susan Doris 14-Oct-18 05:13
Easy to explain 120 drrayeye 14-Oct-18 05:34
Re: Easy to explain 123 Susan Doris 14-Oct-18 06:32
Re: Easy to explain 115 drrayeye 14-Oct-18 20:03
Re: Easy to explain 119 Susan Doris 15-Oct-18 05:00
Re: Easy to explain 118 drrayeye 15-Oct-18 08:00
Re: Easy to explain 123 Susan Doris 15-Oct-18 11:12
fundamental Christians and atheists 120 drrayeye 15-Oct-18 14:43
Re: fundamental Christians and atheists 118 Susan Doris 15-Oct-18 15:58
Real atheists 119 drrayeye 15-Oct-18 16:29
Re: Real atheists 120 Susan Doris 15-Oct-18 16:48
Have you considered? 114 greengirl5 15-Oct-18 21:01
Re: Have you considered? 118 Susan Doris 16-Oct-18 05:04
Re: Have you considered? 109 greengirl5 16-Oct-18 06:42
Susan, say it to a room full of real atheists 118 drrayeye 16-Oct-18 10:06
Re: Susan, say it to a room full of real atheists 119 Susan Doris 16-Oct-18 10:26
If you're a real humanist 125 drrayeye 16-Oct-18 22:52
Re: If you're a real humanist 238 Eddie Larry 16-Oct-18 23:09
Sounds like hate 114 greengirl5 15-Oct-18 13:09
Ray, a note to you 129 Itatw70s 15-Oct-18 17:27
Re: Where you get into trouble 125 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 21:33
Re: Where you get into trouble 128 Susan Doris 13-Oct-18 05:59
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 136 Enigcom 11-Oct-18 21:55
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 127 Itatw70s 11-Oct-18 22:23
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 119 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 21:48
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 128 Itatw70s 13-Oct-18 21:10
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 111 greengirl5 13-Oct-18 22:31
Gerda, my riddle is about and after Enigcom's riddle- see above. 120 Itatw70s 15-Oct-18 22:07
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 137 Redwood1 11-Oct-18 20:08
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 135 Itatw70s 11-Oct-18 21:17
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 122 greengirl5 12-Oct-18 21:54
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 129 Itatw70s 12-Oct-18 22:49
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 125 greengirl5 13-Oct-18 00:06
Re: Who or what can we trust these days? 132 Itatw70s 13-Oct-18 01:38
We can trust there are new inventions all the time. 128 greengirl5 13-Oct-18 23:04
Re: We can trust there are new inventions all the time. 134 Itatw70s 15-Oct-18 17:10
Trust Yourself 124 D-Archer 16-Oct-18 08:28
Re: Trust Yourself 107 greengirl5 16-Oct-18 20:59


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