- Conner Ubert
- Wichita, KS
- United States
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How the Universe Operates: Why we can never live in a perfect world
It has been widely believed by many philosophers and scientists, that the universe lives in a balance of good and bad, to be put simply, and I too am a believer in this universal balance; however I push it a little farther. I have come to the conclusion that everyone on this planet has their own personal universes, by this I mean that throughout our lives we have a continual balance of the good and the bad. As we live our lives, our personal universes struggle to try to keep the balance of the events that occur within our lives.
The reason our personal universes struggle to keep the balance within our lives is because of the interference of other peoples personal universes and the choices that we make. Look at yourself right now, now imagine that there is a massive bubble around you and in this bubble is everything that affects you in some way or another. This can be people you know, the environment around you, objects, businesses, anything you can touch or feel. This bubble is your personal universe. Now look at someone you know, they also have a massive bubble around them with everything that affects them, and in their bubble is you. You are in their bubble because you know them and have affected them in some way, since you are in their bubble coincidentally they are also in your bubble. As your bubble or personal universe tries to maintain a balance within your life, it is intertwined with that other person's personal universe therefore as it tries to balance out your life it is throwing the other person's universe out of balance.
Now can you think of every person you have ever talked to and everyone you have ever seen, all of these people have massive personal universes that surround them that struggle to keep the balance within their lives and your universes have collided in some way, throwing each others bubble out of balance.