With all due respect rabbee, you are the only one here permanently in the present tense.<quoted text>
rabbee: sorry but suffixes and prefixes, determine gender, prepositions, and pronouns. they do not determine, past, present, and future tense. and it is on very rare occasions, that vowels are included in TheTorah. resulting in TheTorah, being written in omnitense. since TheTorah is past, present, and future tense at all times. TheTorah is unceasing, in it's application here in IT forever and always. and what happened the last two times gave this to all of you, and your grandmother of all. is actually happening again, without change. cause the whole world is still, commiting the exact same sins.
Keeps you young!