Anything measure-able cannot be said to be large or small, long or short.
It all depends on the perspective of the observer. All is relative. All depends on the witness.
A blade of grass is the cosmos
the universe is a drop of water … More Perspective and Perspectivelessness
There are two movements in the human being and in existence itself: the movement towards understanding and the movement towards experiencing. … More The Twin Impulses of Life
Nature tends towards infinity
The Fibonacci spiral reflects the dynamics of the curling of space-time toward singularity… … More The Spiral Nature of Life
The mythological fight between good and evil, darkness and light, is metaphorical but very real. It is played out again and again in our myths, our stories, our movies, and in our lives….
It is an eternal cosmic drama because it is they very fundamental way that the existence flows: as a dance between the two forces of order and chaos, light and dark, good and evil. … More The Two Forces: Good and Evil, Darkness and Light
The ancients imagined that the universe was hatched from a primordial egg. The egg has captivated humans and it has become a symbol of life, fertility, generation and re-generation. To the Alchemists it was analoguous to the Macrocosm, the universe. This embryo of the universe has been called the world egg, cosmic egg or mundane … More The Cosmic Egg