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Alpha And Omega

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Alpha And Omega

                                       Alpha And Omega

We imagine life as a straight line: at the start we are born as a baby,

Then at the end of the line we are old and die. But what if this was

Not the case: as the Universe is eternal, maybe we are also eternal.

Let's look at this more closely. Just suppose life was not a straight line,

But instead it were actually the figure eight, were life is continuous:

We are born, we pass on, but not to our end, but to our beginning.

Life and death are a loop, and the point, where time is checked and 

Then repeated over and over again, may explain why we have

Déjà vu, or a point we seem to remember, and each rotation through  

This loop we tend to recall something we did in a previous loop of

Time. This may happen because somehow we have made a slight

Alteration in the original loop we encountered. We may have even

Died before we where born or the other way round - either way the

Loop would be unbroken. The Earth as we know it may have been 

In an eternal time loop, the same may be true for our lives, as everything 

Reflects the way God could have planned it. This could explain

Why there may really be life after death - it all depends on which theory

Is really correct. As God is eternal, then maybe we are also eternal - it

All may be in God's plan, to keep the whole universe as one.

It seems possible that there maybe no Alpha or Omega after all.

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