Don't pocket bad "pennies"

I have always enjoyed movies dealing with the subject of time travel. They have often been a springboard for some deep thinking on time, space, and reality.

Recently, one such film was the catalyst that caused me to clarify some important metaphysical points. In the film a young present-day playwright finds that he is irresistibly drawn to a beautiful actress of the early 1900's and so projects himself back in time in order to meet her. As a condition for the success of this time travel, however, he is cautioned to disassociate himself from everything in the present. The two young people meet and fall in love.

Stopping the parade of mortal beliefs
October 4, 1982

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