the end is the beginning is the end

Earthquakes, tsunamis, nuclear meltdowns, economic collapse, political uprisings the list goes on.

As earth-shaking catastrophe and widespread hysteria arise over what some consider as signs-of-the-times. We are brought face to face with the awareness of our own mortality and of our own fear of the unknown. But more importantly fear of what we perceive as the end of all things.

Some call this the eschaton, a term concerned with what are believed to be the final events in history: the ultimate destiny of humanity –the end of the world because belief in an absolute end to all things runs universally in all existing cultures.

Curiously what we often forget is that in all these presentations of ending the world with a big bang, we often forget that it is not actually the end. Read more >>>

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