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eternal

denoting or relating to that which is without beginning and end, regarded as an attribute of God
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Although puzzling, Spinoza's point of view is that Time, is ultimately reducible to God, or Nature's eternalness, for the eternalness of the Almighty, led to the conditions for what we take to be Time, to arise, rendering Time to be, in the end, unreal.
(Azibo, 2002, 65, original emphases) It would seem to follow that perpetual self/race-extension via African-on-African procreation is, to be sure, the only way to ensure self/race-extension into eternalness....
Thus, to finish her first poetry collection about the enchanted world of Oxford and the potential tragedy looming over the kingdom resulting in its possible disappearance, Sayers turns to the device used by ancient sources to connote incompleteness, to reveal the eternalness of the immortal story, and that device is simply not to end the story, but to close in foreshadowing, (31) a feature of classical myth also noted by Lewis (Macky 77).