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Philosophy Paper 1To have ones philosophy of life constricted by time is to destroy that philosophy for time by its very nature limits and thus tends to negate the principle of unity The philosophy of life is unity and unity is the same thing as eternity Youre not able to put eternity in the perspective of time because you cannot conceive something that is greater then yourself By this being said once we distort time we are not able to get closer to unity We are time It is in us and outside of us all at the same time To truly thrive in life we must identify with the eternal By doing this he can form a relationship with the eternal divine and this gives him the connection that we are looking for in life Every human wants their life to mean something to have their life fulfilled But if life is constricted by time there is no way we can fulfil our life This happens during the salvation period where man chooses to find himself and to understand the relationships that surround him It is here were man chooses to move closer to or distance himself from the divine Man needs cosmological time to help him mature When he does in fact mature it makes it easier for him to choose the relationships that will help him get closer to his goal a fulfilled life When man has his life constricted by time he distances himself from the divine Time is freedom with time you can choose to come closer to the divine or distance yourself from him But the moment you choose to distance yourself your in fact destroy time And when you destroy time you destroy your movement toward unity 2 Time exists only because I am It is found within me and yet it is outside of me If its unit of measurement is properly
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