Acts of judgement are the active unity of earlier judgements; logically prior descriptive elements leading from one to another and forming, eventually, and transitioning to, one single act. The natural laws, expressed through motivational thought which includes or excludes certain prior judgements, follow a peculiar pattern of which all things connect. Through this significant linkage an
outcome is temporarily reached and judgement rendered. We act upon certain things in the way of a “since.” A “since” this or that took place it naturally follows that this or that will occur. This explains a natural ‘state of affairs’ which have no beginning since each “since” relies on its earlier action and connects to a judgement made before, and transcending passed, the present.
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