Saturday, June 27, 2009
Not to Be One
Each star shines its own light. Each holly berry has never been seen before. Each snowflake, of course, is unique. Each cell in our bodies is one of a kind.
Is every electron also different? Every neutrino, every meson, every quark? How far does this uniqueness extend?
What if the universe is simply God's exploration of what it is not to be One?