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Uploaded by Curufin on Jul 15, 2002

Throughout all of the stellar cosmos, there is only one absolute (debatable): Infinity. Humans are leaves on a giant tree called ‘Life’. Where humans bud in the spring, blossom during the summer, then fade away and die during the autumn, the tree will last an eternity as a memento of the past, a reminder of the present, and a positive sign for the future.

Infinity doesn’t notice the comings and goings of man. Wars will take place; infinity won’t give it a passing glance. Civilizations will rise and fall over the eons, infinity will all but ignore it. Earth will eventually be destroyed; infinity won’t even take note. Yet one thing is certain, forasmuch as infinity won’t think twice about anything, nor will it forget anything. Infinity remembers everything. Infinity remembers precisely the number of leaves on every tree in the world, year after year. Infinity remembers the plea of a dying man in a war long forgotten by man. Infinity always remembers.

Infinity for humans can stretch from now until whenever, wherever or even whomever they want.

The only time infinity will cease to exist is when there isn’t a single sentient being to identify it.

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Uploaded by:   Curufin

Date:   07/15/2002

Category:   Miscellaneous

Length:   1 pages (194 words)

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