August 13

Yesterday, I hung a stained glass depicting a red rose on my flower window. Its beautiful and delicate figure rises from the greenery of the landscape. This morning as I sat in my rocking chair and pondered upon the mystery of human life and creation by that window, I got a simple vision of how all creation works. Really!

According to the most generally accepted quantum mechanical notion, all particles of matter, from the smallest to the largest, have simultaneously both the shape of a particle orbiting around itself and a waveform extending through the universe. The smaller the particle the more clearly that waveform can be measured. So all matter consists of waves that have temporarily arisen from the ocean of the universe to form a swirling likeness of seemingly solid matter that looks separate, but in the end consists only of the undulating energy of the ocean of the universe.

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