A voicehearer’s path ~

The Fourth Principle ~

4) Everything in the Universe has resonance. Nothing is truly dead. Everything has a vibration. Everything.

I have difficulty thinking of even the prettiest plastic object, i.e. our little puff in the picture, as having resonance, and therefore life. However, there are a couple of things that need considered.

A. The puff has a color; that will give it a resonance on the color scale, and

B. it has molecules as it is a “solid” object. molecules, as anyone who has studied basic high school science knows, move, and at a quite infinitesimally small level, there would then be a resonance, so I give, everything has resonance, and is therefore not “dead”.

However, does that say it has a consciousness. I don’t know, though the quantum physicists would probably say it does have energy, as there seem to have been some experiments that say that things observed change just because of the act of being observed. Now that goes a little more heavily into the quantum stuff than I can explain, but it does apparently mean that energy, which exists in all of the universe, {remember E=MC²?} has a sort of sentience of it’s own. Dang, that means when I fuss at a piece of plastic it may fuss back? I doubt it, but it may record it. Wouldn’t that be embarrassing if someone were able to tap into private conversations that had been held around a piece of plastic? Yikes! Watch where you leave your cell phones!

Perhaps, if we thought of every thing as having a sort of life of it’s own, we would treat things better than we do? Probably not, if we respect ourselves, we respect the things around us, if we do not, nothing is sacred. Yet, if we could think of even all humans as sacred beings we would live better lives than we do currently. I am not speaking of those who fuss about the rights of the unborn, I have yet to figure out why the rights of an unborn means more to some than the rights of the born. There are too many living in slavery, starvation and just plain poor conditions; when we get to the point where their lives are lived in a world free from such horrors, then, perhaps it will be time to look at the rights of the unborn. We have a long way to go.

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