What is: is?

Posted: 2013/06/03 in Uncategorized


What is: is?

“Is” is a 3rd person singular present indicative.

Dr. William Jefferson Clinton said it right, when he said, “That depends on what you mean by is.”, while he was being questioned in a deposition about an “improper relationship” with Monica Samille Lewinsky, while she worked at the White House in 1995 and 1996.

“Is” is a state of now, how can I have an “improper relationship”, when I am here talking to you?

“Is’ is not a few minutes ago, or sometime in the future. “Is” is a present state of being. Brother Ron is going to law school. Brother Ron was going to law school in the past. Brother Ron could go to law school in the future. All three define a state of being, the past, present, and future.

“Is” is in the here and now, the present. The only place I can truthfully be is here and now.

Filters of the past cloud my mind, getting in the way of understanding.

Learning to begin over, being born again is forgetting the past; opening my eyes that were blinded by my clouded imagination and seeing things as they really are.


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