There is nothing but one perpetual present

A tv episode often ends with a cliffhanger to give you the impression there is more excitement to have if you go on with the show. This image i grabbed from Broadchurch.

A TV episode often ends with a cliffhanger to give you the impression, there is more excitement to have if you watch more episodes. The image is grabbed from Broadchurch.

If you are following a specific TV show, you may have noticed most episodes end with something mysterious, where it is implied, that you will get to know the truth behind the mystery, if you watch more episodes.

When you do not need the relief, that seems to come from knowing the answer of the mystery or what the future brings – also in terms of events evolving around you as someone in a world where there seems to be more than one – you will be reminded of that which is you, because that is no different from that which is one, and in oneness there is no endings, neither no mystery to solve or any future to come, as that requires more than one.  There is nothing but one perpetual present.


NOTE: This is article is part of hack #1.2 The world is make-believe.