- a) Incomplete for lack of a beginning.
But besides this imperfect beginningless story, entitled "William Montgomery," we find in the volume another, of which the title-page gives no hint.b) Eternal; uncreated; having always existed.
Backwards, it spreads to the beginningless beginning. Forwards, it spreads to the endless end. We are always in the middle.
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