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"Let me meditate on that, it is deep. Recently a life change for me has got me thinking about "time". It changes as our moods change, and it is "real" only because we perceive it as real... As in the saying "Time fly's…"
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"Greetings! Thank you, so much for the significant tip! I'll let you know if I could find the book in my University. Thanks again."
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António Eliseu Rodrigues Faria left a comment for Heidi Ann Maycroft
"Hi Heidi! Greetings! I think that we have to transcend our dual-mind (our concepts) to properly realize Time as "absolute". Relative time is, indeed, an inspiration to live the life! It show us a Dynamic Universe (panta rei, as Heraclitus…"
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"Since you are writing a thesis about "Time" in Theosophy, you may want to look into the Blavatsky's commentaries on Time and Duration which is published in the Secret Doctrine Commentaries recently published. It is a very expensive…"
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"Antonio, "Time" by any perspective is fascinating; its ability to go unperceived or linger an incredibly l o n g time. I am very interested in your thesis! Welcome!"
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At 2:56pm on December 8, 2010, Heidi Ann Maycroft said…
Let me meditate on that, it is deep.

Recently a life change for me has got me thinking about "time". It changes as our moods change, and it is "real" only because we perceive it as real...

As in the saying "Time fly's when you're having fun". Or, "A love that makes time stand still."

Thank you for this wonderful conversation Antonio! (warm smile)
At 8:06am on December 8, 2010,
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Since you are writing a thesis about "Time" in Theosophy, you may want to look into the Blavatsky's commentaries on Time and Duration which is published in the Secret Doctrine Commentaries recently published. It is a very expensive book. See if you can find it in your University/local library. If not let me know.
At 9:44am on December 7, 2010, Heidi Ann Maycroft said…
Antonio,

"Time" by any perspective is fascinating; its ability to go unperceived or linger an incredibly l o n g time. I am very interested in your thesis!

Welcome!
 
 
 

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