11) A Still Wave


Theology was originally the name for that which relays itself unto us, but that is no longer the case, because nowadays religious groups generally utilize it.

The origin of science and theology is non human, though.

Formal science, is relayed by itself unto us. Through our fallible senses, we try to understand and describe, and then utilize.

We are subject to its laws. We live within its consciousness.

How we perceive science is impacted by our bias, but the truth under which science exists and functions everything that is, including us, is not. Meaning, regardless whether we come in contact with its truth, we result from its truth.

Metaphysical theories, touch on the idea that two quarks are “inseparable” and that moving to separate them causes them to explode.

What is the difference between the energy that is generated from their separation and the energy that is generated from the unity of these particles that make up most of what we know?

I believe the unbalanced state of them will always have a consequence, and that those consequences differ. One consequence of their imbalance could be a state of expansion(no matter how fast or slow), and another could be a state of destruction (no matter how fast or slow).

The purpose, or direction in which their intention is set differs, along with its impact, as a function of its intensity. In order for the intention of separation or the intention of unity to be somewhat carried out, they would have to be compared, and one of the forces would have to be stronger than the other. (Unless, of course, they were always simultaneously equally resulting in the complete contrasting event of the triumph or failure of the other because of the constant infinite triumph and failure relationship making the two eternal). One would have to “win over” (for a noticeable period of time) in order for one direction to come to existence (for a noticeable period). One would have to “better the other”(for a significant period- unless this period is a waste of time since the goal for eternity to be achieved is to equally jump back and forth between the two contrasting outcomes). I envision that in order for separation to succeed, the direction of the force that defeats the other would have to be the force whose direction is inwards. The intended direction of focus would be toward the Self. Waves in motion toward the self.

If the direction of the force that exceeds the other is the one pointing outwards, infinite in all directions, it’s intention is expansion. (The impact outwards is equivalent to all the intensity of the waves moving outwards).

When separation is more intense when compared to the intensity of the intention of unity, the result is an explosion.

When the intention of unity is more intense (all infinite waves moving inwards at once), the impact is also light waves(also an explosion but a smaller one), but with the space for growth. What if none can “better the other”, because they are one? They are equally, making the whole. What if, the only time there are consequences is when they are compared, rather than radically accepted?

What if the constant battle between the two forces makes them move?

Is it more peaceful for neither separation nor unity to win over? For them to be equally pursued?

For there not to be a competition between self love and the love for others? No comparison, but rather acceptance? Including, the two?

For the two intentions to inherently know and therefore accept that they are one inclusive truth and for all consequences to be mitigated as a result? 

For them to accept themselves as one? For eternal stillness?

Can this be achieved?

Can we recognize, to include, rather than recognize, to compare?

Kristie Abi Najem