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The Principle of Continuity — A Definition


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Continuity is the universal process of maintaining current conditions and natural changes of structures, from atoms and their subcomponents, complex compositions and physiological paradigms to constructs of ideas and beliefs. It appears to be inherent in all things physical and emotional.

Continuity is achieved through the processes of preservation of and replenishment to all structures and compositions. These structures/compositions range from mega frameworks ― galaxies, clusters and beyond ― to sub-atomic and quantum entities, biological constructs and human behaviors.

Human behaviors are expressions of the process of continuity. If an impression upon the physiology of our brainbody is constructive, our expressions/reactions are positive. If an impression is disassembling or destructive, our expressions/reactions are negative.

Impressions can be any entity perceptions of the outside world through our senses or internal construction of ideas, concepts or beliefs. Impressions build, alter and affect our brainbody (biological and physiology) paradigm.

If impressions are constructive and add to or support our paradigm, we react (express) positively ― accept, agree with, approve, endorse, sanction, promote, admit, condone, allow, endure, abide by, etc. If impressions require change of, or are destructive to, our paradigm beyond an acceptable, or seemingly threatening threshold, we react (express) negatively ― anger, deny, resist, reject, threaten, denounce, scorn, criticize, dispute, abrogate, refuse, decry, censure, ostracize, etc.

There are only two forms of expressions: physical and verbal. There are only two types of expressions within each form: aggression and protection. Both types aim to achieve the same, singular result ― our sense of wellbeing or continuity of our brainbody paradigm.


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