Notes from a monk with a poem, sweeping the chapel of ideas, awaiting the broader dawn.

The Impossible Rise

Einstein and Stephen Hawking said that everything in the universe might be summed up in a single mathematical equation.  For centuries theorists have tried to divide and reduce the natural world, searching for the very essence of natural law.  Some claim that every law of physics is in truth fully described by the laws of Gravity and Electromagnetism.  The Unified Theory would reduce these two laws of physics to one.

. . .

Some, not all of whom are sane, believe these equations exist in a Thought Dimension, which our minds and spirits connect with continually.  Somehow these equations connect with every part of everything, invisibly influencing the behavior of matter.  All atoms seek each other.  We call it Gravity, sometimes, other times Love.  Across the vast impossible emptiness of space, matter calls to itself and this unheard song weaves a thread, pulling space together.  What does Gravity look like?  Possibly it’s best described by a sphere, by the shape it makes, a planet.  Does the sphere exist or is it an approximation, created in the Thought Dimension, which we attach to our impression?

. . . Could this Thought Dimension connect our minds to all parts of everything?  . . .

Does Love look like Gravity?  Across the impossible distance of you and I, my ideas travel to you in the humble vessel of words.  Do you feel them?  There is no presumption.  Some will.  Can you touch them?  With what then do you feel them?  Does Love create a sphere?  . . .

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