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Part I The Tao Of Dani Time is an illusion because there is no real truth to it It has never been proven to exist It was made up by the Romans or the Babylonians thousands of years ago so farmers could meet on a hill top at 1 in the afternoon because one farmers wife had a hair appointment at noon Human beings have a born inhibition to have things simpler Human beings also have to have explanations and reasoning Time was born out of this The grand old theory that time is a river The whole river exists at once the mouth future the main body present and the source past The only truth we have to time is the wear and tear on our bodies as time sic goes on Technically there is no now and there is no future because now was over a nano-second ago and the future is uncertain but the end is always near Which is plain truth because the end is nearer and nearer but youll never know it Bang and everything spurts out from one central point Flowing clumping sparking rolling across nothing to make something A few years later the universe is formed Things evolve and change and yet everything stays the same Cells become smart and grow nuclei which form unicellular organisms everything feeds off everything else Things die off some things live animals come to be and all of a sudden you have humans that are just as much fish as they are bacteria as they are stardust Everything depends on everything else The universe is me because I am human thusforth made up of everything and doing my part to keep the world going rather I like it or not I am the universe because I can almost control what goes on I am also the universe because I am part of it we move together we live
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