Movement is everlasting

Movement is everlasting.

This philosophical thought came to me yesterday as I was trying to explore the evidence in front of us humans as to whether we truly do last for ever (or at least after this life as we know it).

I was thinking about my grandparents and whether they still existed. I always try and look to nature for answers. I believe that there are patterns throughout nature that explain all. And no, I am talking more than science, some things just are and cannot be explained. Yes Scientists, shock horror

Anyway back on track. The key thing I thought of to explain our constant place in the universe is “Movement”. Our limited human brains can easily understand that if something pushes something else then there is movement. Movement also shows evidence that something was there to cause the movement. So even if some may argue the movement has ended its course, it is still like a fingerprint that leads back to what caused the movement and that ‘What’ will exist in the fabric of time forever. Therefore the help my grandparents gave me caused movement in my life. I am who I am because of their love and kindness.

So how can you apply this to your life? My advice is to make ripples in the fabric of time by behaving and acting with kindness and compassion. If you see someone in need of help, help them. If you see rubbish on the floor, pick it up. Cause movement in others. If you have children or parents, lead by example and teach them to follow suit.

Even just laughing and smiling will cause movement and who knows your attitude may just save mankind from imploding on itself. As Gandhi said, “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”

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