Life is a wave



As was praying this morning it dawned on me that life is a wave.


What is the difference between a wave and a particle?


You see, when we look at atoms they become particles – stationary objects.


Have you ever seen a screen – at least in the olden days – when it is fuzzy, you sort of see how the information is in wave like formation, or as you imagine a doctor seeing an ECG etc.


The truth is, scientists teach us that all atoms exist in wave format and only upon observing them do they become stationary.


Think how information exists before it comes onto your TV screen – well it certainly doesn’t look as it does in your TV projection of the information; rather it is packets of wavelike data that as you look at in the box are fixed patterns, images, sounds and pictures.


In a similar sense, God is really like, like, a great giant loving wave, but as it is a wave we need not think it is a particle.


The difference is simple:


If God were a particle then all you need to do is capture the particle and presto God is yours (in fact that’s the idea behind idols.)


But a wave is a dynamic living breathing information entity.


Every wave combines three parts to it, a high, a low, and a greater high.


Similarly, first comes the high of discovering that there is a higher being who loves, cares for you etc. etc. and then comes the low, for in order to download the new high (just like your television must remove the old image for the new one to appear, similarly) the old high must dissipate, and then God gives you a greater understanding of life, in ever increasing waves; so enjoy the wave.\!

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