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Ascension Masters

Answers often die, never to be resurrected

Questions, on the other hand, must be ascension masters

Questions like Cockroaches

I am glad there are questions that refuse to die

How boring it would be without them

Where does the past go?

What is the past? Where does it go? Is it lost forever? Are we gone when we die?
I think if we consider that time only exists as a linear understanding due to perception, we can choose to look at it in a way that our perception would not be inclined to.
Maybe the forward and backward concept will never lead us to an answer because we are asking the wrong questions. Let’s consider the fact that energy does not dissipate, it only moves from one place to another, which implies that the sum of energy in the universe, our vessel, stays the same. The movement allows us to perceive “time” because we are energy equipped with form and perception. The frequency of the movement, and everything we experience in the present is a result of the past which means that the energy of the past is needed to manifest the forces/forms of the present. Without the energy of the past, there would be no present. Nothing truly dies. Nothing is ever gone. It just changes from a variable to a result over and over again.

This is not Martin vs Zimmerman

It is not a case of Martin vs Zimmerman. It is a case of Martin and Zimmerman vs the fear of each other. Fear was able to grip them instead of their sense of awareness. The ability to fearlessly control the outcome of a situation instead of being dictated by fear into inevitability. We want to oppose one person in order to justify the other and call it a day, never learning the lesson that this is the best outcome fearing each other will ultimately bring us. Fearless does not mean being blind to danger. Danger will be apparent with awareness, fear is a mechanism for survival that uses primitive brain function that is not capable of leading us to the best outcome. I feel love and pain for both parties involved. Let’s stop choosing sides and grow from our lessons.

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