The beyond of Knowing

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The clock is ticking.

Till the end of Time.

How much time, is too much Time?

A second. Time.

In this a summation, further, yet boundless, the final arrival eludes the beginning, therefore the beginning never takes place. But the end of the start can be called Eternity.


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