Time Travel - Days of Our Lives - Trump

November 1, 2019

Through the decades many of my clients and friends have moved/retired to Florida for different reasons. Today I read about another New Yorker who has had enough of the city as we have of him. "Good riddance. It's not like Mr. Trump paid taxes here anyway," Cuomo said in statement. "He's all yours, Florida."

Trump Palm - though they say you have small hands - you have a large palm in proportion to your fingers. In palmistry that is the daydreamer who lives in fantasies of his own creation. Sometimes what you want to believe doesn't line up with what's true.

It's one thing to have cynical players in the White House who in a Machiavellian way knowingly betraying the country in their own interests. It's much worse to have that person not realize that what he is doing is genuinely wrong and dangerous to the country. Bottom line ... Trump is not fit for the job he holds. That sometimes comes out as corruption, incompetence, or recklessness and poor judgment which makes his presidency scary for many around the world. For years viewers watched him on TV firing people for apparently not doing a good job in dumb games. We should be able to fire someone for doing a terrible job, abusing power, and putting the country at risk in order to further their own political prospects.

Trump on Days of Our Lives 2005

On November 8, 2019 "Days of Our Lives" storylines jump one year into the future - something never done before on a soap. Wouldn't it be amazing if we could go one year into the future ... five days after the 2020 election. 2020 is going to be an historic year. How does that make you feel?

Where Does the Concept of Time Travel Come From?   Live Science - November 2, 2019

The concept of time travel - moving through time the way we move through three-dimensional space - may in fact be hardwired into our perception of time. Linguists have recognized that we are essentially incapable of talking about temporal matters without referencing spatial ones. Perhaps because of this connection between space and time, the possibility that time can be experienced in different ways and traveled through has surprisingly early roots. One of the first known examples of time travel appears in the Mahabharata, an ancient Sanskrit epic poem compiled around 400 B.C.

In the Mahabharata is a story about King Kakudmi, who lived millions of years ago and sought a suitable husband for his beautiful and accomplished daughter, Revati. The two travel to the home of the creator god Brahma to ask for advice. But while in Brahma's plane of existence, they must wait as the god listens to a 20-minute song, after which Brahma explains that time moves differently in the heavens than on Earth. It turned out that "27 chatur-yugas" had passed, or more than 116 million years, according to an online summary, and so everyone Kakudmi and Revati had ever known, including family members and potential suitors, was dead. After this shock, the story closes on a somewhat happy ending in that Revati is betrothed to Balarama, twin brother of the deity Krishna.

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November 3, 2019

Return to Standard Time

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