THERE IS NO SPACE, TIME, CHANGE, OR CAUSATION IN THIS REALM

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THERE IS NO SPACE, TIME, CHANGE, OR CAUSATION IN THIS REALM
by Mariev Finnegan, Erie Matriarch

The last thing Mary ever does is shove Savannah Sahara Stump-- everyone calls her Baby.
The bus hits Mary, flings her in air, then the bus runs her over. Savannah lives because her mother, Mary shoved her. Baby wets herself, defecates. Baby screams and screams and screams. "Mommy!"
From a growing distance, Mary witnesses a young girl grab Baby into her arms and carry her away from the piece of mangled, bloody meat spread out in the middle of Erie Street; she knows it is herself. She is dead.
Sorrow overwhelms Mary as the distance intensifies between her ego and her body. She looks longingly back at planet Earth. She is totally alone in space. Loves calls us to the things of this world. And love is gravity.
When Daddy arrives at the hospital, Savannah's sobs erupt into screams again. "I want my Mommy!" she screams over and over. knows Mommy is dead!
Immediately, Mary is traveling through a tunnel; sorrow turns to euphoria; id influences the universe at the moment. She becomes aware of the light and the Light is unconditional, both wave and particle.
"Mommy has gone to heaven." Daddy says. “She’s at peace.”
Baby screams and screams and screams and screams. Then Savannah experiences Mommy enveloping her in love.
Mary experiences a life review: As the Light, she experiences her life as both a process and an object. Then simply an object. There is no space, time, change, or causation in this realm
Without sensory perceptions, the mind hallucinates. Without a brain, pure consciousness dreams reality: Mommy dreams lucidly of Savannah, and Baby dreams of her mother and sometimes Baby Savannah sees her mommy as a ghost, an angel floating above her bed at night, influencing her life with love.
Mary has no influence because she has no matter, no senses; pure consciousness; thinking, eternally.

Savannah's life is a train wreck. Worse than being run over by a bus.
Addicted to self-destruction is Baby: Bad men, hard drugs and a psychotic fear of heights
Baby feels Mommy's presence, and survives
All Mary's knowledge is encoded into light, which is neither neither here or there, uncertain. a wave and a particle. She leaves eternal peace, longing to stay. She travels through a tunnel, she feels euphoria and is engulfed in a light.
She screams and screams and screams and screams.
Savannah names her baby, Mary, after her Mom.
THE END

About the Author: 
I'm Matriarch of the Erie. THE ERIE IS COMING