Within the nature of all things, that which exists in real form and in pure imagination, each object that enters the field of vision and reason, falls under a force of nature as the “law” and “order of attachment” of all possibilities . It is the augmented framework of an absolutely necessary possibility and, due to its underlying imperatives, is self-completing in the fact that there is an insertion, a beginning, and a finalization or outcome. Nothing exists which does not seek completeness. Each act, each thought, searches for fulfillment and certainty of reason. Nothing outside of reason can survive very long, as nothing within reason can outlive itself. Thus, absolute logic, within the sphere of chance and contingency, exists in a hypothetical realm of uncertainty. But, within this uncertainty, order and reason prevail in profound simplicity.
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