A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?


59. Of changes and labyrinths


14th July 2015

I think that I am a rather mutable person. Sometimes, I can be in the favour of change and sometimes I could want change to go to a place where the sun doesn’t shine. It’s variable and inconsistent but it’s an attribute of myself that I rather like. I like that I change things and myself in order to better my own image and self; I like it that I can have an interesting reality with a changeable order. By now anybody out there will be scratching their head and thinking of the point of this paragraph.

The point is; there is no point to this paragraph or entry as a whole.

My mind is a labyrinth that switches its routes every so often. I am not lost yet though – that I can assure you. You may become lost reading this but then sometimes being lost can lead to something great happening. I hope that something great may happen if being lost is inflicted upon you.

When you tend to become lost in some place or another you tend to wander in hope.

I wander quite a lot. My mind is an adventure and I am the adventurer wandering through it. My wanderings can lead to some strange and fantastical creatures of thought appearing out of nowhere.

One of those strange creatures is my analogies for life;

I once explained to a friend of mine an analogy for the universe. I said; imagine a tight, small folded up piece of paper that as you unfold it becomes bigger and larger and is expanding. That is the universe as you look at it. As a small compacted thing you can see everything up close. But as you start to unfold it things get farther away and smaller, and you realise that there is so much out there besides planet Earth. It puts everything into perspective. Makes you stop looking at the clouds and explore the ground first before going further. 

That analogy leads me to another:

A universe can be and is contained beneath the skin, once started by its own big bang. But then life may have took a down turn and all the pressures and responsibilities weighed on all of it something terrible and it began to draw back into its center. That shadow inside the body collapsed into a singular point at one time or another, an infinitely dense center of pain and tension and fear. That is where all insecurities and phobias lie, trapped in this indescribably small point that sucks everything else in, like a black hole.

There will be a time in life where the universe inside will collapse to the point of implosion, to the point where everything will just splinter apart, racing off in every direction and controlling it is long gone. There may be some attempts to hold it all together but it may be a small feat. This time may be death or just a time where we feel like never getting back up again. But remember this – everything starts to expand again at one time or another, it is a fact of life.

That thought got me hooked on another analogy accept this time for life as a whole;

Life is like a wheel. There are spokes on each wheel that may resemble that of things that shape our lives or events in our lives. However, all of these spokes all connect to something much larger. The circular shape is symbolic to life being eternal. I believe that we don’t cease to exist when we die: we just simply leave our vessels if you will.

Though the concept of a life after death is a whole new subject that has my brain in twist. Due to that I will leave it there.

This first glimpse into my mind may be daunting, interesting or a bit topsy turvy but there is something to it. Do you agree?


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