Heartset; Affinity Blogging

I want to try something new. There are so many of us in this community and so much good work that I can relate to. I’d like to start sharing an affinity piece I read, add my feeling to it, and others can do the same.

This way, we don’t sit in isolation but realize our similarities once in a while. That said, it never negates the original work or that it can stand on its own.

I strongly feel this piece by Anotherkindofgrass;

Everything Passes

This post reminds me of;

The law of conservation of energy in physics and chemistry (which is actually a habit, not a law) which states that the total energy of an isolated system remains constant; it is said to be conserved over time. This law means that energy can neither be created nor destroyed; rather, it can only be transformed or transferred from one form to another.

The combination of observation and intuition tell us that timelessness is real on some level.

Quantum Entanglement

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2 Replies to “Heartset; Affinity Blogging”

  1. I love what you said here… so true.. nothing starts or ends, and that’s so gof to know! And thank you for the link… so kind of you!!
    I was just thinking… have you ever heard a spoken piece from a British Stage Musical back in the 80’s called Time, spoken by Laurence Olivier when he was a very old man? It’s says some similar things to what you have said here. Sounds a bit God like, but it’s not meant to be God, but a being from another planet. It was quite and awesome Si-Fi show at the time!

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