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Pearl Necklace said...

However, I can imagine the foggy way that a number of States
consciousness is preceded by a number of actions that, as I see it, follow him
because my own state of consciousness is often preceded by an indirect
follows such actions. But can and try to think about this number
States of consciousness that precedes all the actions in the whole Universe -
and the movement of the countless stars in space, and rotation of all the planets around
them, and rotation axes of all these planets, and an infinite number of physical
processes occurring at each of these suns and planets? I can't think
and a number of States of consciousness serving the cause of even relatively small
group phenomena on the Earth's surface. I can't even
to imagine that they were preceded by winds and clouds that
bring the winds, the streams and rivers, the destructive action of glaciers, more
less may think that they were the cause of infinite processes
occurring simultaneously in all the plants that cover the Earth, starting with
rare lichens of the Arctic countries and to the dense palm groves of the tropics, and
of all the millions of quadrupeds that roam in the forests, and billions of insects,
buzzing around them. Even for simple, small group phenomena from this
infinitely large number of changes taking place on Earth, I can not accept
cause only a series of States of consciousness, cannot, for example, to consider them
the reason for the hundred thousand breakers breaking at this moment off the coast of England.
Then how can I recognize the "producing Reason," which I should
to introduce an easy-close States of consciousness, leading to action
countless groups of changes occurring simultaneously in the worlds too
numerous in order to count them, scattered in space,
before which stops the imagination?