“When you look at the world to-day and to-morrow, you will see it before your gaze every time you look because having eyes you see exactly what you are projecting. The world doesn’t exist without you. The world is such an object of concern because you feel you are entombed with in the sarcophagus of time and space and the continuing mentality.”


– Kenneth G. Mills, The Cornucopia of Substance, p. 31

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