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Asking a question in the "True Language"

"Who, if I cried out, would hear me among the angels' hierarchies? and even if one of them pressed me against his heart: I would be consumed in that overwhelming existence. For beauty is nothing ...
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Asking a question in the "True Language"

In such an ideal world with such a level of sincerity, there is no place for questions, because everything is answered and encapsulated in the True Language.
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Can anything happen at any time right now if there is infinite Possibilities in life?

"Infinite possibilities"?? In what way? This is the periodic table in a non-standard layout that is in some ways better... it shows the completeness of the set. And they spring from the ...
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Can anything happen at any time right now if there is infinite Possibilities in life?

If we live in a world with possibly infinite realities, and infinite space, doesn't that mean that there is an chance that anything could happen? Suppose a coin flip exists in infinite realities and ...
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Can anything happen at any time right now if there is infinite Possibilities in life?

If you are running a sophisticated computer simulator - "Can anything happen"? Yes. While preserving logic and rules, you can change data. For example, you can change the past, restart from ...
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Can anything happen at any time right now if there is infinite Possibilities in life?

There are no infinite possibilities. These possibilities are closely linked with mind games and only a few have been capable of utilizing them. So for people like us, there are only limited ...
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Can anything happen at any time right now if there is infinite Possibilities in life?

No, it is possible for a system to have an infinite degree of freedom in certain respects but be constrained in others. For example, there are infinite integers, but no fraction formed of any pair of ...
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