Space and time. Humans tell each other places to meet and at what time. This achievement and expectation is a sort of cryptic message: “I am alive”. If you are stood up then “I am not alive”. Perhaps this doesn’t make sense, but think about the emotions typically elicited from such experiences. How targeted is self being! How can the geometrical point then degrade us? And to what extent, if my meeting with you is derailed, because I have something better to do? Weights and balances are the formation of human morality. What we ingest is only what we know, and knowing it doesn’t make it fabric. No, it makes it a point. A point in this thing of geometry. But I warily suggest that this geometrical disposition plots merely human relevance, being sacred at the linear possibilities they entail. In attempts to amend my mere point (yes a pun), perhaps there are no points at all. Is geometry not the basic aspect of physics? And what says the human to the being (assuming he’s alien though such human examples can apply in different setting) he happens upon in a point of meet at the human level or measured scale? “Ah welcome to this point, let us chat and be on our way”? What says the being to this human? “I checked your human patterns and it crossed referenced with my ethereal measurements that I may, just give me a human balance…angel will do, meet at this ‘date and time’ that we may have this experience. It’s been worthy of my purpose, and I depart into my world. I’m late for meetings” “Ahh, good bye, sir Angel.” How is it that humans can draw geometrical references to their relevance while claiming that various beings are there to help by being many places at once and at anytime, if time and space are relevant. These are just things we say, because we can not be were we’re going, do not understand where we are, and can not be where we’ve been in it’s fullest. The human designation of time and space appear to me to be completely moot. Because if time and space exist for us by prescription to necessitate interaction with the dead, spirits, and even other humans then it entirely ceases to exist. Not only because you can not measure a moment in it’s fullest “accuracy” ever, in comparison to the nature of a point never being a point as a point isn’t a dot or anything known like time. If it is imagined as a dot then it is made up of cellular type structure (to give you a picture of how the line or dot can exist as it needs a thing or human to place it) to signify where it is located (space) but never ever can there be real space or a tip, for a lack of better word. There is either an entire infinite mass within this dot or tip, or it can not exist. If there is no point of reference, time and space wouldn’t exist because the theory is dependent on the human creation of what we finitely know to label it or balance it. Or perhaps, within everything we find, we find everything and therefor nothing or, more palpably, everything. Even for the most atheist, or whoever believes only in human existence, this is easily applicable. You can add a different dimension to the relevance of geometry to apply it in that aspect of existence or in another. I don’t care. If there is life, there is death. If there is matter, there is anti-matter and so forth. But, my point is that what is sacred is everything (much like a sphere, for simplicities sufferings) or just maybe sacred is nothing. Sorry to burst your bubble. Get it? Bubble?!
“I think therefore I am.”
-That one guy who wrote all those things.
It’s too late for me to erupt… I was in bed a long time ago, when i died.
Wanna hear my thoughts on reincarnation?!
Soon perhaps…. yawn! Goodnight!