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Space is considered to be nothingness by many. But after all it is the background in which we see everything. It is against space and within the dimension of time that we experience everything we experience. Space and time are the two basic dimensions of our world but are uncommonly illusive. We can say they are our way of thinking of the universe as being a system of patterns. And our awe at the vastness of space may be man's astonishment at himself. We reconsider our position as an "insignificant" speck in the vastness of the universe.

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A timeless message

This book and others by Allan Watts are treasures of information for my quest to find meaning in life. It is made all the more personnel by the the fact that Allan is the one your listening to. You very much get the feel of the man and what he is imparting.

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Time capsule

This is an amazing recording of a very important seminar. I suggest for any open minded, free thinkers to take a listen.

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  • 05-08-17

We tend to overthink things...

I love Alan Watts. In these troubled times his way of looking at the world is like bathing in a warm pool in the forest. Here the main message seems to be that we should try not thinking so much. Makes you think...

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