Everlaw of One

There are thousands upon millions
of possible futures for every world
which exists. Some possible futures
differ from one another only in minutiae,
others may have fundamental
differences. But only one of those
possible futures may become reality,
due to the Everlaw of One. The Everlaw
of One states that only one possibility
from a set of two or more contradictory
possibilities can become a
reality at one time. In other words, a
world in which you are going to die
and stay alive at the same time is not
allowed. Either you live or you don’t.
The Everlaw of One acts to eliminate
contradictions, keeping reality
“on the straight and narrow.” The
Everlaw of One strips away possibility
energy from the cosm, then uses
that energy to put things right by
changing one or more of the contradictory
elements. If by some chance
two possible futures began to coexist,
and you one day found yourself simultaneously
dead and alive (somewhat
difficult to imagine), the Everlaw
of One would change one of the
conditions; soon you would either be
dead or alive. While you might have a
definite preference, the Everlaw
chooses the outcome which requires
the least amount of change, and the
least expenditure of energy.

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