If all coming events were fixed, up to the very smallest movement of an atom and still beyond that, every process in us, every thought and the time and the place where we have it and where we express it, every twitch with the finger and every breath of wind and the grass which it bends. If all this were fixed and all this were known to consciousness, would there even be such a thing as „future“? If everything that has happened would be fixed, wouldn’t it then be as if everything had already happened or as if there would be no time at all at which something happens, because in the end nothing „happens“ anymore. Is this the consciousness of oneness? The silence? Of rest? The eternity and the infinity?
Does the future only arise because our consciousness follows too much the ego with its five limited senses? The ego, which can see only up to its own feet and which knows nothing of everything what will still happen (or what has already happened or will never really be. As one wants). Does this create the illusion of loneliness, pain and fear? Is the knowledge of the destiny – the determinateness of the world – the security in the sense, which we experience through our soul perception? If I am aware of everything that was, is and will be – and we all are – how could I still fearfully doubt?