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Star Wars: a tale of existential timelines

The Greeks were wrong. We may not see the rod of Lachesis, to know how long we will live. Nor can we get our hands on the shears of Atropos, to defer the moment that we will die. But we are spinning threads of destiny all the time. Each of us sits before Clotho’s spindle, reaching into the basket of fate and spinning existential timelines into the future.

This is how you create your sense of destiny. And this is how you can change it.

via Star Wars: a tale of existential timelines.

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This entry was posted on October 7, 2012 by in Philosophy.
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