Monday, October 31, 2011

Matter, Form and Fixed Properties of Time

Let's consider form as it relates to matter as a fixed property of time.  What is form?  Matter is density that occupies form for a fixed or relative period of time until form and matter concomitantly perish or cease to exist.   Since properties of time are fixed, form and matter reasonably co-exist and cannot be divorced.  What gives matter form, thus?  Since matter cannot exist without form, what can we say comes first or is a priori?  Form enables matter to act in diverse ways.  Consider an eagle on a crag or a spider in a cave or a lion in the desert and other forms that incredibly and ultimately exist to preserve themselves.  No form is suicidal.  Does matter than produce form by itself or is form bestowed on matter an immortal knighting.  Is form simply a matter of material evolution?  From amphibians to mammals and birds and humans, matter strives to persist in the world to realize its immortal self through any and all forms.  If the world's diverse forms are simply quantifiable units of time that are fixed, do they revert to their material origin that is formless and also, consists of fixed properties.  Consider a pizza pie divided into slices that is consumed equally among a group of people.  The slices represent form as part of a whole and whence consumed as fixed units of time, represent the unity of form and matter as a measurement of time.   Can the pie be consumed as a whole without the division of forms into slices?  Yes, but the whole also represents relative values of time such as the pie divided into slices, and representing the equity of time in the universe.  Thus, form is the worship of time and its fixed properties. The pie can also be divided into diverse shapes, not only triangles but rectangles and squares with varying time values.  The form abides within the whole and transcends the whole as an immortal experience.  Thus, form represents transcendence as the freedom to act.  Form enables choices.  It is transformational but always true to its material origin.  It's like water in the form of a container but all water must flow back into the ocean from whence it came as a fixed property of time.  Thus, form enables matter to exist such as the earth, since matter is finite and no less eminent.  The form, thus is disciplinary and transcendental, spiritual and everlasting, and confines matter to worship the supernatural, co-existing and interacting and interwoven in the spiritual fabric of the universe to a perform a time-bound duty that is fixed.  Since all properties of time are fixed such as points of time, whereby all actions are relative, from through spiritual transcendence, subsumes matter to preserve eternal form that has fixed values.  Such as the earth as form, that exists as a fixed property of time that is also immortal. Formless, the earth would cease to exist, but as a value of time, takes on a form to achieve a transcendental or immortal life since time ticks away indefinitely.  An undefined planet would thus be ephemeral, a Rorschach test in the sky with no defined meaning or value.  When continents break up, it only represents a wrinkle in the brow of fixed space or a material deterioration.  Like old age, when our teeth fall out, and we can no longer chew our food or perform a fixed duty, or the utilization of form for self-preservation, do we become any less immortal or weaker in our faith.  Thus, form must die in weakness or in struggle such as a wounded animal, across a fixed journey in time, that is ultimately transcendental.  Thus, form represents an immortal life that strives for immortality; it is a struggle for a dignity to transcend a non-world or nonexistence that governs form to act in immortal ways.

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