Think about it . . .

 

The easiest thing is to imagine how the other person must feel.

The hardest thing is to want to imagine how the other person must feel.

 

 

older thoughts . . .

Fixing the Ends of Time

   If you consider time to be a line, then only one end is a fixed point, and that "past end" is the beginning. It is the inconceivably tiny and infinitely massive speck of nothingness from which all and everything came. The other end of the time line branches continually and progressively into an infinite future of limitless possibilities.

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