Parallel Universe?

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What if, there was "another you" in another P/U? What if you met them?
Now, I know Ive been watching alot of scifi stuff lately and a thought occured to me....kind of like the "sliding doors" movie, or that Jet Li movie "One"... if you could even observe the "other" you.... Interesting it would be, but i wondered... if that "other " you, was similiar but made the "other " decisions" in your (shared) life...and they turned out better than you..:confused:

I like to think that I am a good person (more or less) and I try to do whats right......(I did say TRY) lol, but what if you realised that you were the "evil twin" kind of entity...

Q told me that if his "other" was a better person, then that would be great, because he could appreciate the fact that he had the potential to do that........

but Im still fixated on the fact that I would be the "bad" one. :eek:

or am I crazy? (perhaps CZ is right;))

Love the Grey
 

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Bwahahaha! We are all evil and crazy here! Bwahahaha! ;)

Matt 7:7-12
7 “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. 8 For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened. 9 Or what man is there among you who, if his son asks for bread, will give him a stone? 10 Or if he asks for a fish, will he give him a serpent? 11 If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father who is in heaven give good things to those who ask Him! 12 Therefore, whatever you want men to do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.​

Makes it much easier to accept that and make steps towards becoming good (and sane!)
 

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What if, there was "another you" in another P/U? What if you met them?
Now, I know Ive been watching alot of scifi stuff lately and a thought occured to me....kind of like the "sliding doors" movie, or that Jet Li movie "One"... if you could even observe the "other" you.... Interesting it would be, but i wondered... if that "other " you, was similiar but made the "other " decisions" in your (shared) life...and they turned out better than you..:confused:

I like to think that I am a good person (more or less) and I try to do whats right......(I did say TRY) lol, but what if you realised that you were the "evil twin" kind of entity...

Q told me that if his "other" was a better person, then that would be great, because he could appreciate the fact that he had the potential to do that........

but Im still fixated on the fact that I would be the "bad" one. :eek:

or am I crazy? (perhaps CZ is right;))

Love the Grey


Each one of us is a universe in his or her own fashion. Sometimes we move parallel to each other, and sometimes we even merge in a part of us with each other under the gravitational force of love or any other merging factor. But as love wears off quite too often, so does gravity and we get shot into the vacuum in search of other universes or stagnate in our own universe till we collapse into a black hole.
Ben
 

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Parallel universes are fun (certainly) metaphysics. But we need to realize that is all they are. No proof and, likely, no proof is possible. Ben is speaking metaphorically (I think and hope) here. Think of his universes as a continuously evolving thing in spacetime. Think of his gravitation as real events (love or empathy or concern or hate or judgement or selfishness) within that evolving thing. Mental events (IMHO) are part and parcel of reality. Under these conditions, Ben has it spot on!

Pax et amore omnia vincunt!
 

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Parallel universes are fun (certainly) metaphysics. But we need to realize that is all they are. No proof and, likely, no proof is possible. Ben is speaking metaphorically (I think and hope) here. Think of his universes as a continuously evolving thing in spacetime. Think of his gravitation as real events (love or empathy or concern or hate or judgement or selfishness) within that evolving thing. Mental events (IMHO) are part and parcel of reality. Under these conditions, Ben has it spot on!

Pax et amore omnia vincunt!


Hey Radar, you did get the idea. I give a cow to get off the type, and a herd to stay in the archetype. That's how much I love metaphors.
Ben
 
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