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In conclusion, infinity or absoluteness exists, certainly, in some form. But unless it is our experience that is infinite, then we don't know of it. And where we don't know of it, it doesn't have relevance for us. So, infinity is a language concept, and a concept from mathematics. Infinity has relevance for us when language and mathematics have relevance. Absoluteness is often a spiritual concept alienated from its actual meaning in nature, if there even is one. The relevance for infinity and absoluteness is largely human-created, and even if not, depends on human life for its expression in experience.