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Change and Curvature

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Tue Jun 16, 2020 5:00 pm

CHANGE AND CURVATURE


Form is constant.

1. There is no same context twice as all contexts are changing.

***There is no same physical object (river, tree, snowflake) or abstraction (thought, emotion).

2. This continual change of one context to another is a revolution of context into another context thus each context is seperate from another context by a context.

***The river may change into land, water into land, one though into another, etc. through an intrinsically empty limit.

I may see water seperate from land by a distinct curvature which is instrincially empty. A glass half of water and half of air shows a distinct boundary separating them, as well as both from the glass, with this boundary being curvature.

The same applies for any progressive series of thoughts or emotions, one is separated through another by an inherent "emptiness" or lack of memory where each thought and emotion as intrinsically empty on it's own terms separates other thoughts and memories.

3. This "turning" as the variation of one phenomenon into another observes this "curvature". A car turning into a street effectively separates one position from another position with the car being determined precisely by its position. No two cars are the same, even though they are the same car, because of the positions through which they exist in space and time.

Turning, as change, is inversion. One direction of movement changing to another direction of movement is inversion...all phenomenon exist through direction as this direction necessitates movement.

This applies to a tree directed through time as changing, all the way to this simple sentence being read as the progression of one symbol to another.

4. Curvature is the inversion of one phenomenon into another, with this formlessness existing as a boundary of both phenomenon. The line which separates both the air and water in a glass is the same line which maintains their distinct natures.

These distinct natures, bound by the intrinsically empty curvature that contains them, are empty in their own natures where the curvature is the perpetual loop which forms them as a context or localization of reality.

5. This intrinsic emptiness of both the curvature that defines the phenomena and the phenomena itself, through the loop that exists because of the traceable outline of any objects, observes this "voidness" voiding itself into the phenomena. The void nature of the line separating water from air in a glass cancels itself out into the respective water and air resulting in a traceable loop representing the boundaries of said phenomena.

6. This phenomena, as the voiding of void, is further voided through void into further phenomena constantly. For example the voiding of the line outlining a puddle of water is further voided into the molecules themselves with their respective outlines. One boundary self negates into another. Each quality exists intrinsically by inherently empty curvature as intrinsically empty curvature and this repitition of void, by void voiding itself by nature as it is "nothing", through further phenomenon further necessitates all phenomena as a perpetual middle.

7. Each phenomena, as inherently empty curvature, is thus a contextual loop with curvature as a contextual loop being a variable that equivocates to any and everything. All phenomena as loops equivocates one phenomena to another; each context is thus a form through repetition and formless through its "turning" or "inversive" nature.

8. All phenomena, as curvature through contextual looping, are thus images or "imaginary".

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