Newtonian model is easy to understand as long as you look at the universe as a machine, it’s made up with individual parts. If one part breaks down, we go fix that part, the machine will keep on working.

Well, with quantum physics, that’s not how the universe work. There is no past, no future, only NOW. Everything is happening now. It’s really difficult for people to get there head around that.

We bought into the model of the world that has a beginning, an end and we are somewhere in between. If we spend more time dealing with now – the MOMENT, life would be so much better.

👉🏻About the Creator:
Reinhard Stanjek has been perfecting the art of creating orgonite for over 17 years, relying on both learning from experts in the field and listening to his own artistic intuition.

He is repeatedly fascinated by the way that spirit moves through these pieces and creates anomalies in his original design, only to find these occurances often enhance their energy output dramatically.

Throughout the years, Reinhard has “gifted” our planet with 1000’s of OG’s. He focuses mainly on balancing the effects of cell phone towers and other disruptive frequencies.

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How to solve a compound linear inequality and shade the answers on a number line. Free math notes on solving linear inequalities: https://www.openalgebra.com/2012/11/linear-inequalities-one-variable.html Related video: https://youtu.be/JyH_cmqljh8

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