84154 - The impact factor

N. Lygeros

The local point of view
wasn’t efficient
for the transformation
which was needed
for the reformulation of the core.
We needed another kind of influence.
The impact factor was the key-point.
The distance wasn’t important.
The issue was the connection
and the relations
between the singularities.
But after the monastery
it became clear
that the light needed to have
another impact factor
on the network of mind.
For me, it was so new
that I considered it
as a mental revolution.
Even a sharp impact
in only one place
was useless for Humanity.
I started to study the world
in a totally different manner
because even the good news
had to be spread
in a more efficient way
to change the status
of the issue in the sacred.