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by Crow
Rated: E · Monologue · Ghost · #2067114
An offbeat philosophical muse.
          There are those who have suggested that the past holds within its undulating fluid, images of our lives such as those imprinted on the film of a camera. If this was indeed true, then it could be said that we leave part of our essence in whatever space of time we inhabit. More so, if those frozen images of our positions in time exist, then it can surely be said that we never truly cease to exist, but rather, exist in many places at once - as essence - not body, and only within the static fields of that place. Could this explain why some have felt the presence of those who have passed from this physical plain? Even through their passing, time continues to hold an image of them. This image is not a corporeal body, but incorporeal, remaining static and fixed for all time, unaffected by ever-changing physical forces. This could well explain those somewhat ghostly images which seem to haunt a particular place and time.
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