Monday, 9 April 2018

Time and Perception

I cannot tell how much veracity there is to Fiona Wright's writings, but I found the possibility involved extremely interesting, so that it could become a research project in Psychology in case it is not true. She talks about the University of Tennessee and Stewart, likely to be Professor Stewart. Apparently, the smaller the miniature houses are, the more we think time has not passed, what then points at concentrating on details being a formula to make us live more. My main interest in this comes from Logic: Perhaps time is a psychological thing, even because, in principle, it is abstract. Perhaps we can remain younger if we work with Mathematics: That is definitely about the detail. I always had that impression: Working with Mathematics kept me younger. It DOES coincide with my intuition. On the other hand, translation is another item of my work affairs, and I had the opposite impression there: The more I work with translation, the less I live, the shorter life gets, and therefore the quicker time passes. 

Seicho-no-ie created a 'little world' for us, where things are in the way they should be. In that world, we could say we exist forever. It is possible that this world inhabits at most our imagination, but it is also possible that our imagination actually makes it concrete. Once I put all paradigms we commonly attribute to the definition of God together and I concluded that God would have to be something similar to a floating rock whose thoughts are uncontrollable even to Himself, but, each time He thinks, something is created to the shape of what He thought. It is something like farting for God, but it produces real-life consequences to us. Were it farting, it would obviously explain what me, mum, and grandma, and most of the people who believe Him have experienced since Christ, is it not? There is only God...

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