Chapter 7

The Sequence and Cycle of Creation Icon

December 25, 2021

Does the One as a Whole experience time? Does it become older and younger than Itself and Others?

  • To exist is to be in the present time
  • To have been is to be at a past time
  • To be about to be is to be at a future time

Then the One, since it has being also has time.

Time is always moving forward.

This means that the One is always becoming relatively older than Its past Self, since It moves forward in time and experiences more time.

Since the One becomes relatively older than Its past Self, then It [as Its past Self] becomes relatively younger at the same time. Thus, It becomes relatively older and younger than Itself.

Potential vs Actual

It becomes older that Its Past Self when it moves from past to the present. When It actually arrives at the present, It stops from becoming older and is actually older. If it went on, it would never be reached by the present and would stay as potentiality.

Anything that goes on touches both the present and the future. It lets go of the present and seizes the future.

But that which is potentially becoming cannot skip the present. When it reaches the present, it “is” and ceases to be potential.

So the One, when in potentially becoming older, reaches the present, It ceases to be potential and turns to actuality. It is thus actually older than Its past Self when It was just potentially becoming.

Then the One of the past is younger than Its current Self.

But the current Self is always present with the One during all its being. For whenever it is, it is always now.

Then the One, as the Others, is always both becoming older and younger than Itself. But as the Whole, it is in equal time with Itself.

The Sequence and Cycle of Creation

How is the One related to the Others?

The Others, as a multitude, are more than the One, since many are more than one. <!– —other would have been one, but the others have multitude, and are more than one?

They will have multitude. And a multitude implies a number larger than one? –>

The lesser is the first to come into existence. This means that the least is the first, and that is the One.

Then the One, of all things that have number, is the first to come into being.

But all other things have also number, being plural and not singular.

Since the One came into being first, it means that It came before the Others. This means that the Others are younger than the One.

The One as a Whole has parts= a beginning, middle and end.

The beginning the creation of the Others and the end is the Others being whole again and one.

The parts of the whole are also one with the whole.

The One comes into being together with each part as they come into being.

Then the One is of the same age with all the others, so that if the one itself does not contradict its own nature, it will be neither prior nor posterior to the others, but simultaneous.

According to this argument, the One, as the Whole, will be neither older nor younger than the others, nor the Others older than the One.

But according to the previous argument, the One, as the Others, will be older and younger than the Others and the Others than the one.

In this way, the One exists as a Whole, yet exists as the Others.

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