Time

Sequential, reactive, perceptive, and nonrepresentational. The concept we define as the fourth dimension of time and space it is neither far or near, real or abstract, specific or vague. Time is not a physical substance in general, it is not distinct from mind and spirit, it does not occupy space or possesses  mass, it is an entity distinct from energy. Void of solidity, time…

Predestination

Predestination is theoretically defined as an action or event or a multitude of circumstances that have been willed by God, a supreme or higher authority, or consequentially a superior plane of consciences. Externally predestination is often explicitly and unequivocally in opposition to and incompatible and in contradiction to the theory and practice of human free…