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Old 04-09-2013, 09:54 PM   #7
RonRagusa
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Re: keep One Point

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Dan Richards wrote: View Post
But the problem with this "keep one point" is - where is the point? What is it relative to? Is it static? Does it move? What size is it? What constitutes a "point?"
Shift your view of one point away from the spatial dimensions to the dimension of time. Now consider the idea of one point in terms of the temporal relationship of mind and body.

Ron

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