Measuring the Intangible

Pray as though everything depended on God. Work as though everything depended on you.

—Saint Augustine*

Let us move to recognizing, identifying, and measuring the intangible during the creation of Substance and its follow-up Action Process.

Anything you can connect to, all experiments, take place in the tangible domain. The domain of the intangible does not “exist,” in the real sense of the word, because “existence” itself is part of the tangible domain. Seeking to connect to the intangible while in the tangible domain is an experiment akin to antimatter being chased by the scientists in the physical world. Yet, experiments by scientists at NASA and CERN are essential to unravel the mystery of space. It is equally ...

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