Marks of existence ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Overture-1: This material world means a continual becoming of things in the momentary present. Material existence depends on the becoming of worldly things in every passing moment. The world is always a momentary tick where things are not the same things owing to the motion mechanics they inherently carried. This world is not the same world caused by the inconsistent bubbling of inconsistent things. A dynamic inconsistency of things is existence. Existence is always a vibrancy of not the same things or the same world, rather a new one vibrates in the passing pulsates of time. The marking sign of existence imitates Heraclitus’ aphorism: “all entities move and nothing remains still.” 

A fluxing vibrancy, a continual becoming, a momentary appearance and disappearance of things makes this world impermanent. Existence doesn’t vibrate becoming; profusely it reflects the changes of things. Every time this world lost where it becoming and bring back itself from where it lost. Lost assigned the elements of existence are invalid; that means they are not existent in the fluxing moment of time and now belonging in the past. Disclosure of existential elements means they are now becoming in the present, even if every becoming of things is momentary tick; actually, the world appears over and again for lost in transition

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Source: theartsofslowcinema.com; Osmosis – Nasos Karabelas

… He who knows ‘nothing’ he knows the reason for ‘everything’; who realize ‘everything’ he knows why all goes ‘nothing’; he who be acquainted with the reason of ‘nothing’ he knows why that ‘nothing’ exists as ‘will to bring back the material world often and after so it can beget and die over again.
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Overture-2: The world actually is popping out from ‘nothing’. Nothing means the material existence of worldly things is not becoming at this moment or its visibility now ceased forever. This material world exists until the substance it has made of has existed. The substance is vital for the becoming of things coming true. The absence of substance means inadequacy of agents that can act the movers rule for thing’s appearance, transition, and disappearance to make the world a conscious becoming of momentary entities over again. Automation of “thing-in-itself” never could possible until unless there is something remains within the thing that moves by itself to conjugate things from one state to another, means the state of life to the state of death and so forth. Sovereign agents can remain as a substance even after the departure of living things in every passing tick of time. Things are none but a cosmic whiff without substance and this world as well the screaming whispers of insubstantial phantasmagoria. 

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Source: theartsofslowcinema.com; Nothing by Nadin Mai

… The material world is not perpetual because of the motion where such willingness to exist as imperishable might impossible for it. The alternative is stoical. It exists permanent along with its self-will and unaccountable becoming.
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Overture-3: What is substance? An elementary wave of intrinsic force that can act as a starter and finisher of this material world; which can remain unchanged even on the appearance of this earthly world in being and its disappearance in nonbeing. The substance is likely constant in nature, is responsible for the monotonous repetition of this material world to real and existent; and at the same time to make it unreal or non-existent. The world cannot be if no substance remains as a sign of willingness that things have its own self-conscious ‘will’ to appear from the ‘naught’ state. A substance is self-conscious to its position; only it can exist imperishable to repeat the world as a reflection of ‘self-will’. 

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Source: www.leica-camera.blog; Robert Mertens, Transformation and Motion

… The alternative world is confidential, abstruse by the dark silence, incoherently conscious, and always remains to the equivalent of the present world but unknowable to it. There is no happiness or sorrow exist in that world, except for the conscious anxiety that something is happening there to coming out as things as beings to bring back the topical world once again. Which one called ‘naught’, a matter of fact that is actually ‘everything’; and, this lively temporal world cannot be without which one called is ‘nothing’.
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Overture-4: No ‘space’ is possible until things have appeared from unaccountable naught space. Accounting ‘time’ is meaningless until there is no attrition of things in that inexplicable naught space. A midterm duration between thing’s appearance and lost could be account as time. Thing’s movement and changing state makes time essential to realize how the essence of this material world has arrived from nullity where it cannot sustain as a thing. Is time can stay in ‘naught state’ because of the substance of things that may exist in that nullity even after the decadence of worldly things? The question reminds ‘nothing or naught’ doesn’t mean nix or complete null, nor it denotes an absence of things in that state. Something must present there, not likely a thing but most likely the thing that can mobilize itself for coming to the existence from such state. Therefore, thing’s appearance from naught and its attrition there perhaps not chief at all, rather it is foremost to think how the worldly things coming out to that undefined state through themselves.

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Source: museemagazine.com; Adam Magyar, squares Shanghai #517

… This could be the stormy indication for a marathoner who determines himself in his mission touch the finishing line; a natural affinity that he always has driven himself by the self-motivated ‘will’ that he must touch the ending line at any cost. Contrary, this affinity leads him gone astray; standing on the finishing line he soon realized no time might be remaining for him to go back from where he starts. Is death the ultimate finisher for this worldly runner? Does the ‘will’ he keeps to run may decline when death seized the vigorous pace he holds to touch the finishing line?
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Overture-5: A world will never be without motion. The motion will never be aside itself to the changeover state of earthly things. Changeover state will never be possible outside the substance of things that may stay with its mechanics in all manifestation. The substance of this world will never be staying in naught state if things are incompetent to dissolve itself in that state

The world is finite when things exist, and they incorporate each other accordingly the motion mechanics. This world is dynamic because of the motion-effect among existential entities. A continual process of creation, assimilation, and on to the parallel an inevitable downfall compel things to move and whirl in the existential abyssal. Life on this world is a marking sign of that restive runner who per se make-bound him to partake in the marathon, so he can touch the finishing line. However, the ultimate finishing line probably doesn’t exist for him. Every finishing line takes him to keep running on the apparently unfinished finishing line. The world is incomplete despite its finite presence of things in the space-time. Every finishing line is the mark of certain ending for opening the next beginning, or else the next appreciable finishing line for marathoners. 

This could be the stormy indication for a marathoner who determines himself in his mission touch the finishing line; a natural affinity that he always has driven himself by the self-motivated ‘will’ that he must touch the ending line at any cost. Contrary, this affinity leads him gone astray; standing on the finishing line he soon realized no time might be remaining for him to go back from where he starts. The moments he was passing over can never back to him due to the tireless force that insists him to run until he lies down on the running track to embrace death. Is death the ultimate finisher for this worldly runner? Does the ‘will’ he keeps to run may decline when death seized the vigorous pace he holds to touch the finishing line

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Source: viola.bz; Illusion of disappearing: Cecilia Paredes

… ‘nothing or naught’ doesn’t mean nix or complete null, nor it denotes an absence of things in that state. Something must present there, not likely a thing but most likely the thing that can mobilize itself for coming to the existence from such state. Therefore, thing’s appearance from naught and its attrition there perhaps not chief at all, rather it is foremost to think how the worldly things coming out to that undefined state through themselves.
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Overture-6: Disappearance might be the ultimate destiny of existential beings. Things must vanish in the realm of nowhere after a certain while. Worldly existence of ‘conscious beings’ is unable to escape the termination in such state which exists to the parallel of those beings that are alive at this moment. Existence means a continual becoming of two reverse worlds. One world has driven by the anxiety that it must move forward to keep its signature as lively and conscious. This world always worried by the departure that soon after it will vanish in vain. Fear of lost in emptiness makes this world a topical incident for those living beings who are avid to live it by desire; they try to make them happy despite the fear that painful misery is equal with the attempt of achieving happiness at any cost. Both are equally meaningless due to the inhibition that the worldly existence of lively conscious beings has no more resistance to prevent the inescapable paradox, i.e.—a material being is eventually enframed in motion and cannot stay unchanged in its state; therefore it as well inept to prevent its depreciation and inevitably lost in transition. Life in this world reminds the awakening calling: —lively beings have a limit to exist certain while and then after they will vanish in the alternative world, from where once they were coming out

The alternative world is confidential, abstruse by the dark silence, incoherently conscious, and always remains to the equivalent of the present world but unknowable to it. There is no happiness or sorrow exist in that world, except for the conscious anxiety that something is happening there to coming out as things as beings to bring back the topical world once again. Which one called ‘naught’, a matter of fact that is actually ‘everything’; and, this lively temporal world cannot be without which one called is ‘nothing’. 

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Source: Unknown; google images

… The substance is likely constant in nature, is responsible for the monotonous repetition of this material world to real and existent; and at the same time to make it unreal or non-existent. The world cannot be if no substance remains as a sign of willingness that things have its own self-conscious ‘will’ to appear from the ‘naught’ state. A substance is self-conscious to its position; only it can exist imperishable to repeat the world as a reflection of ‘self-will’.
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Overture-7: The alternative world is not null or emptied by the zero states. This world is as well alive and performing in the momentary belonging of naught spacetime. Where the passing material world declines or goes after its extraction? From where this unremitting existence of things achieved its ‘will’ to exist for a short while before disappears? The answer might be this that alternative world is residing just beside the material world, from where it attains its ‘will’ to become visible. This world is visible in every passing moment of time and lost by following the same fashion. The material world is not perpetual because of the motion where such willingness to exist as imperishable might impossible for it. The alternative is stoical. It exists permanent along with its self-will and unaccountable becoming

Lucretius once praised this unaccountable world in his poem. He said:

Which come and go whilst Nature stands the same, / We’re won’t, and rightly, to call accidents./ Even time exists not of itself; but sense/ Reads out of things what happened long ago, / What presses now, and what shall follow after:/ No man, we must admit, feels time itself, / Disjoined from motion and repose of things.

And thus thou canst remark that every act/ At bottom exists not of itself, nor is/ As body is, nor has like name with void; / But rather of sort more fitly to be called an accident of body, and of place/ Wherein all things go on. [See: Book I – Part 04 – Nothing Exists Per Se Except Atoms And The Void by Lucretius; Source: poemhunter.com]

Realization of this alternative keeps a man to be free from the anxiety he now sees himself whirling like the restive marathoner; as Mahavira twirled the essence in his teaching, was saying:

He who knows wraths, knows pride; he who knows pride, knows deceit; he who knows deceit, knows greed; he who knows greed, knows love; he who knows love, knows hate; he who knows hate, knows delusion; he who knows delusion, knows conception; he who knows conception, knows birth; he who knows birth, knows death; he who knows death, knows hell; he who knows hell, knows animal existence; he who knows animal existence, knows pain. Therefore, a wise man should avoid wrath, pride, deceit, greed, love, hate, delusion, conception, birth, death, hell, animal existence, and pain. This is the doctrine of the Seer, who does not injure living beings and has put an end (to acts and to samsâra). Preventing the propensity to sin destroys former actions. Is there any worldly weakness in the Seer? There exists none, there is none. Thus I say. [See: Jaina Sutras, Part I, Translated by Hermann Jacobi; Source: secredtext.com]

He who knows ‘nothing’ he knows the reason for ‘everything’; who realize ‘everything’ he knows why all goes ‘nothing’; he who be acquainted with the reason of ‘nothing’ he knows why that ‘nothing’ exists as ‘will’ to bring back the material world often and after so it can beget and die over again.

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Source: time.com; Muriel de Seze – Getty Images
… A fluxing vibrancy, a continual becoming, a momentary appearance and disappearance of things makes this world impermanent. Existence doesn’t vibrate becoming; profusely it reflects the changes of things. Every time this world lost where it becoming and bring back itself from where it lost. Lost assigned the elements of existence are invalid; that means they are not existent in the fluxing moment of time and now belonging in the past. Disclosure of existential elements means they are now becoming in the present, even if every becoming of things is momentary tick; actually, the world appears over and again for lost in transition.

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