Elsewhere in the reading, we may encounter the false beginning which seems to take us back to the opening moment but instead takes us to a different time entirely
In the first recurrence, we have returned but cannot go home again, for we are not the same. In the second recurrence, home itself has changed. There is no return, although we constantly orbit the origin.
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