Dynamic Unity: Where do Websites fit In?

Dynamic Unity: Where do Websites fit In?

book of Kells letter S
Book of Kells letter S

Could a website be related to the thoughts of Spinoza. One world of facts and things and ideas. This thinking would appear to have little to do with websites and their creation, but think again. As an extension of his thought other ideas developed.

A website has a transcendcy, an out there effect even spiritual which can’t be accounted for.

The idea of a spirit sweeping through all things is the essence of a website. It just can’t be accounted for. It appears absolute but a website is a container of ideas in motion in space. It is never inert. If a website appears to have knowledge who put it there, who or what is the mind behind the website and its spiritual existence. This is the crux of
web design.

I would warn you that I do not attribute to nature either beauty or deformity, order or confusion. Only in relation to our imagination can things be called beautiful or ugly, well-ordered or confused.”
― Baruch Spinoza

What is the background of the numbers behind a website? They are abstract up to point. We cannot see these abstract entities but they are not outside our reach, they are in another domain where our experience of them cannot be reached.

So a website is a thought, a spiritual essence which you will note has depreciated to near nothingness.

Everything of any value, idea, creation has to be in the fold the top half of the computer screen. This reality is grounding down our reality, where we are loosing harmony, truth and knowledge.

Spinoz’a extended world of ideas contends that we must control not be controlled. Having a website is taking control and having the freedom to control  this dynamic object, which links you spatially to this extended world of ideas. So get on board this website world of  WWW connection.

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