Like intertwined characters in some complex novel or time-travel movie, things which appear connected or interdependent are not – and those which don’t appear to be connected actually turn out to be connected more importantly than we ever could have imagined.
Is this life waking me up?
Or am I trying to awake from a dream?
Complexity in real things is easy: we assemble and rearrange things all the time in our lives. But complexity in thoughts occurs in silence, in darkness, and in those invisible spaces in the air – or within our minds. It is not something we can grasp in our hands or see with our eyes. They emit not one bit of sound, their action and impact resides only in your head.
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