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Three things are necessary for the salvation of man to know what he ought to believe to know what he ought to desire and to know what he ought to do Saint Thomas Aquinas 1225 - 1274 Two Precepts of Charity Aeternus Eternus a time without end Latin Many people can not imagine time without end Much of the focus of life is the time which is spent alive But what happens to man after death and does eternity really exist Every man from the dawn of time has sought fulfillment in his own life However if growth and maturity are restricted by time then fulfillment in life is unobtainable It is in the discovery of salvation that a man truly finds meaning and purpose to the relationships in which he has formed Watson It is also the period in which man begins to find himself and understand what his own purpose is The salvation of man is found by the discovery of his relationship with the DivineEternal Before a man can understand his own purpose in the scheme of eternity and the importance of his own salvation he must understand what eternity is and how he relates to it Eternity is simply time without end However man can not fully understand the concept of eternity because he can not conceive something that is greater then himself How do you fully understand a beginning the birth of a life without an end It can not be done The extent of infinite time can not be comprehended by the mind of man But it can however be realized that it does exist and that you do have an important influence in it This realization is found through a relationship with the Divine The existence of a divine being indicates that there is something greater than us something which has existed well before mankind and something that created the beginning of time This idea in itself can
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