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Getting Old - By Meir Ezra

Question:

Why is it that the cells, bone structure and so on of an old person are smaller than in a young person? Why is it that people, as they get older, have smaller cells and smaller tissue patterns and so on than they had when they were younger?

 

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Answer:

Why is it that the cells, bone structure and so on of an old person are smaller than in a young person? Why is it that people, as they get older, have smaller cells and smaller tissue patterns and so on than they had when they were younger?

 

little tiny cube: eight force particles. All right. That’s a basic unit of mass: eight force particles. And these eight force particles are less admired and less admired and they’re just tighter together. This person, throughout his life, has run into less admiration than he thought he should encounter and he shrunk. You see, so you get a tightening-together process in the face of nonadmiration. ...

All of this is built on the basis that one has to receive everything from the exterior. And the interior admiration is all that’s going to do it any good in the first place.”

(L.Ron Hubbard - Lecture: Processes delivered on 7 October 1953)

 

 


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