The Incidental Necessity No. 513

Judgements are necessary outcomes and logical conclusions formed of non-contradiction. Whether we “think” non-contradictorily, or presuppose what is true, the causal outcome is its necessary result. On the surface of what is valid or necessary compared with what is untrue and illogical, the conclusion reached will always be the primary and any thoughts or actions that follow will come about as self-explicit and “what exists.” Altering the past is impossible and illogical. Each new moment creates a new past. And each new past brings about fresh possibilities intrinsic to, and selected by, necessity.

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