My views differ from how you said "this all came from something outside our universe". I have monolithic beliefs meaning EVERYTHING is connected. God
is not here, nor there, but every where at once. I never questioned what created God, I view God as a desire. God is the opposite of meaningless
Think- this is existence. This is everything there is. There could have just been nothing.
This isn't just a game of lego, or a video game case, THIS IS EVERYTHING
I disagree that there is a paradox. I know you didn't mean it meaning illogical, but just a strange way of understanding.
But you could say that about space going out infinitely. How can we grasp it? We envision space going out for say... 1 million miles if you sit and
try to think how far. We see it coming to a stop. How can it exist infinitely? We do have trouble understanding, but it is not impossible to glimpse
at the truth.
For infinite space, you go out 60 trillion miles. Let's say you go out 100 times further than any scientist has proven to even exist. You thought
there'd be a wall, but you find a strange pink planet. You go out even further, you go out 1 million times further than you just did, only to find a
planet with inhabitants doing chores. You go out again, further than the previous multiplications, and you find another strange planet that always
In this way your brain for a second forgets these concepts of limitation that are so engrained into our DNA collective memories.
This is why I said I don't believe there is a paradox.
To be honest no I still can't comprehend how time 'always was'. But I know it is true.
Cont'd: For infinitely backwards time, we do the same technique. Pretend there was a 'darkness'. We go back in time, we go back to the darkness. This
darkness exists for an amount of time. We go 5 minutes previously into the darkness. Now we envision the darkness the same as we did infinite space.
This direction going backwards in time, we can see it goes back infinitely. Then there is a white strip where we are.
Upon realizing this, you get the idea that we are in something much grander than we previously thought. But existence doesn't think, it understands
through feeling. We comprehend the now, which is all that ever was.
I've found that it's actually the opposite of what you'd think- there isn't weak forces keeping this world going at a regular pace, reactionary laws,
time ticking at the same rate endlessly. Almost like it's left alone. Actually it's the opposite, there are very strong, the strongest forces, that
are doing this.
Anyway like I was saying, we can envision basically a 'timeline' but envision infinite space in one direction, and you see different things going
backwards, but it is time. You keep going back, to a set of time, but it never stops. Then you might go insane, because it's something you can only
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