so how it is possible to answer to an answer.
from the eternal comes infinite and out from the infinite comes you,me religionist, atheist, dogs , cats , fish etc.
hmmmm actually i have no answer to the answer
and don't get me wrong when the eternal comes to infinite it doesn't split as you might think. its doesn't splited/ shatered from eternal to infinite. each life actually one at any moment.
Um...Ok. I have no idea what your point is but to say that eternal = infinite. I think to define an eternal or infinate existence as absolute, you would have to be eternal or infinite yourself.
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