posted on Oct, 13 2008 @ 01:42 PM
Originally posted by TravelerintheDark
If I understand correctly - Will is existence. Passion is will framed in time. That is to say, without time, all exists within a singularity. We
are without nothing within the singularity, therefore passion is null as we only need to will it to be so. Within the frame of time, we must work
towards fulfillment of the will within the constraints of time, leading to impatience or desire/passion.
Perhaps here is good enough reason (if such can exist) for the creation of the universe, in the experience of time.
Sort of like taking a conjested, all in one, compacted feel felt apart to get into definitions of the whole feel apart through its different feelings,
bits by bits, on and off, at different occastions.
Like the all together taste tasted of everything VS the not all together tasting
of everything, one to some, at a time.
^^If taste is all at once it will taste horrible. Plus, such will have became pastence (tasted) which means you wont have the horrible taste still,
though you completed will have never experienced a joy at all. So tasting (a passion) is better than the taste of everything at once and better than
to have only tasted once and for all.
Speaking of existence... It's like which did come first: exist, existed, or existing? experience, experienced, or experiencing?
^^Perhaps, in a paradox, those were, was, is not, yet is, and are to come always a mix, a mixed, and a mixing. With the obvious seen spice of passion
maybe they be in a manner: a remix, a remixed, and a remixing.
[edit on 13-10-2008 by Mabus]