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What created the maker?.. and what created that which created the maker.. and what created that which created that which created the maker.. and what
created that which created that which created that which created that which created the maker?.... it is a continuous cycle..
To make you ponder even more though is this..
Imagine nothing.. no air, thoughts, colors, sights, sounds, emotions, gravity.. literally nothing... if you really think about it.. and I mean REALLY
think about it.. well it can be a pretty devastating thought. The existence of what it was like before we were born.. forever.. with no memories.. no
life.. no experience of love.. hatred.. nothing.
Stepping one step up from that, and back to your question, how can you get something from nothing?.. what really IS nothing? Like I asked above,
really imagine nothing. It is devastating to think, yet can you really imagine nothing at all? What would define nothingness if not one thing, one
aspect of anything, could be considered into it? Say you believe there is no life at all after death, once you are gone you are gone in every way
possible.. how can that be defined? How can you possibly explain 'nothing'?
So how can something be made from nothing.. what is this something? Life from nothingness? Galaxies created from barren places in space? Life on
lifeless worlds? A thought that pops up into your head? Something somewhere creates that first initial 'spark'.. but what created it? What created
that which created it?... vicious circle all around, no matter where you try to escape.
Is this an act of a god? If so what created that god? Was always 'just there' right? How? What created the maker? How is it that a maker has always
existed? There has to be a beginning and end to everything right?
Or... is everything one continuous loop... a broken record repeating itself over and over again.
Maybe, even with as evolved as a species we are.. we just aren't to that level of understanding yet. Who says we have to understand everything now?
Yet.. know this.. everything happens for a reason..
Why? How?.. that is the mystery of cause and effect for you. It may take a couple of times before we really 'get it', but in time we will
As Einstein puts it... "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom
this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed."