time without end
eternity, timelessness, timeless existence(noun)
a state of eternal existence believed in some religions to characterize the afterlife
a seemingly endless time interval (waiting)
Existence without end, infinite time.
existence outside of time (compare sempiternity).
A period of time which extends infinitely far into the future.
(metaphysical) The remainder of time that elapses after death.
A comparatively long time.
It's been an eternity since we last saw each other.
infinite duration, without beginning in the past or end in the future; also, duration without end in the future; endless time
Etymology: [F. ternit, L. aeternitas, fr. aeternus. See Etern.]
condition which begins at death; immortality
Etymology: [F. ternit, L. aeternitas, fr. aeternus. See Etern.]
Eternity is endless time. In philosophy and mathematics, an infinite duration is also called sempiternity, or everlasting. Eternity is an important concept in many religions, where the immortality of God is said to endure eternally. Some, such as Aristotle, would say the same about the natural cosmos in regard to both past and future eternal duration, and like the eternal Platonic Forms, immutability was considered essential.
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1. The Sunday of Time. 2. The sublimest thought of the brain of Ignorance. 3. A symphony written by a Beethoven of the ineffable _x_ dimension. 4. The North Pole of the hours. 5. Monstrance of the Holy O. 6. A corrosive acid that obliterates Before and Afterward.
WE as humans have developed the technology to exist on planet earth for eternity and be youthful and healthy too.Submitted by MaryC on April 22, 2020
The numerical value of eternity in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of eternity in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sutherland Springs’s just not a problem to us, we know exactly where the family is, and Sutherland Springs’s not going to be long until we ’ll both be there, he said. And we’re really sort of looking forward to Sutherland Springs. Crystal Holcombes were upbeat and full of good humor during a telephone interview, and they are not an exception in this deeply evangelical part of Texas. What is so striking about relatives and friends of the 26 victims of the church shooting in Sutherland Springs is that they all believe good will come from this act of evil and that their loved ones are now safe for eternity, and breathing again, with God. Psychologists say such deep faith can help families deal with such a ghastly event. Even so, they warn that leaning too heavily on one’s religious beliefs can stunt the natural grieving period and result in post-traumatic stress later.
We don't have an eternity to realize our dreams, only the time we are here.
1. Time and the subconscious Time is a quantum, psychological trap of our subconsciousness in which the script of our life is built, our fate is programmed by our subconscious. 2. The sand aesthetics of our mind The wind of inevitability draws memories in the sand and falls asleep with new waves of stories. And the way he does it is the whole art of the philosophy of awareness. The sand aesthetics that our mind draws is washed away by oblivion. And this shows that the mind has no values, because everything undergoes oblivion disappears into oblivion and everything is immersed in newness. 3. Rock music Rock is a high tension of adrenaline in the strings of a rock guitar, it lives and bleeds and the soul soars into the sky, melodies passing from darkness to light. Inferno of blazing anger in the grinding of metal, burns everything around. 4. Insanity is the sweet lie of our minds compared to the truth of sanity. 5. The brain is bleeding from awareness in the inner bio-quantum chamber, in which the organism of the personality is grown, which believes that it has lived for eternity. 6. Dreams are an illusory projection of the deepening of the paradoxical space in life, where the wings of imagination are constrained by the fear of submission both in reality and in a dream. 7. Cunning is poverty of the mind. 8. Dreams are vile jokes of our minds, they are comical self-hatred. Symbolic, philosophical allegories expressed in bright colors of self-irony. 9. The asylum is the abode of society's broken toys. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich
1. The face tears up from laughter, and there is not flesh and soul, but a continuous smile of awareness. 2. A ghost is a hologram record of the projection of the universe, once generated by an accident of chaos, living in reality. This spirit is like the same memoirs and nostalgia of the past. This is a retro record of bygone times, traveling in empty eternity and nonsense, feeling only insensibility. A time-space film of time and space existing in time, in the depressing eternity of reality, in the void of consciousness of loneliness. A ghost who sees is not evolutionary progress, but the life cycle of a temporary transformation, rotting from the depravity of people. 3. Loneliness is a catcher of erotic dreams. 4. Careerism is a children's entertainment, attraction mini-golf of self-motivation and discipline. 5. Death from the dust of all the dead and dust of memories. Fear is all out of the darkness of the subconscious of billions of threads of manipulation. 6. Love relationships as a table hockey attraction, and the puck is the fault. 7. Laziness as an attraction a children's rocking chair is an illusion of movement. 8. The idea appeared in a mirror maze and it is reflected in all the mirrors, that is, the opinion that the source cannot be found because it is hidden from your eyes. You see that opinion is a sect.
The soul is created in a place between Time and Eternity with its highest powers it touches Eternity, with its lower Time.
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- أبدية, الأبد, خلودArabic
- вечност, задгробен животBulgarian
- eternitatCatalan, Valencian
- αιωνιότης, αϊδιότης, αιωνιότηταGreek
- eterneco, eternoEsperanto
- iäisyys, ikuisuusFinnish
- ævinleiki, æviFaroese
- an tsíoraíochtIrish
- sìorraidheachdScottish Gaelic
- अनंत कालHindi
- հավերժություն, հավիտենությունArmenian
- 永遠, 永久Japanese
- aeternitas, aeternumLatin
- eternitate, veșnicieRomanian
- vječnost, večnost, вјечност, вечностSerbo-Croatian
- Vĩnh hằngVietnamese
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