I strongly believe that in the beginning we were all one with the ultimate source of energy. The reason why we decided to separate can be interpreted
and debated in a lot of ways.
Where I find my own personnal answer is in one important lesson life teaches us very quickly in life: the importance of appreciating what we
have... because you know, we tend not to appreciate what we acquire and tend to desire what we don't possess.
So that lead me to start to believe that before the universe of matter came to birth, we were all perfection. Maybe we weren't really able to value
the importance of what we had, because it was infinite and perfect. That might be one of the reason that matter decided to split and distance itselfs
from the ultimate source. To go learn and remember how beautiful life and creation is.
But the main goal is to go back to this source.
So, let me clarify exactly what I am speaking about and the context I am attempting to understand the topic within.
I am speaking strictly on the growth of matter through time. There is debate about how it all happened "in the beginning," or if there even was a
"beginning" at all. But, for things residing within the constraints of space-time (I do not believe everything is bound by it), what physical
processes allowed matter to decide to go left when its movement was dictated by patterns (that we now know as physics) to go to the right
Now, of course, you have the idea that it is all according to an overall pattern, but that is not particularly relevant to the point. Regardless of
if that choice was pre-ordained (rendering choice a mere human concept), there was still deciding moment when a collection of matter went a different
way than the framework of physics would suggest.
To clarify, say the universe started with the big bang (also introducing the "main" forces of nature; Strong, Weak, Gravity, etc) as matter
fractaled out according to this framework it started to create stars, galaxies, planets, and plenty of other objects. However, these simply flow
according to the pattern we know as physics. A planet does not suddenly drop out of orbit, or decide to go left or right. However, some forms of
, and while this is likely to be part of an even more
encompassing framework.. there had to be that single first moment that
it began. Regardless of whether or not we are eternal, or such great philosophical queries, there was a single moment where something was able to
move left instead of right in the physical realm. Unless everything we know about the formation of the world around us is false, which is also a
Ill discuss my own view on it after the thread has decided to grow or die according to our choices.