There is just enough time.
Science noted that there is a struggle for survival that individuals
the most suited to their environment are the most likely to win,
thereby leaving their inheritable traits to future generations.
These variations accumulate to form new species.
Did this realization in any way really negate the character of the energy that animates the universe?
Or did it, as everything else does, just add to The Mystery?
They are almost here. We have a few more moments.
Whether the Anthropic Principle is argued to indicate there is something
or argued to indicate there is nothing:
We look out—space;
We look in—space.
Has philosophy become a rehash of themes while science is the only thing that advances?
Or do both make progress only to find anew, again and again--
Einstein said that the mysterious is the most beautiful thing we can experience--
the source of all true art and all science.
Whatever an artist does, whatever a scientist does, whatever any of us do--
is it not really an exploration of the mystery of the self we know?
There, it is Them. There are only seconds now.
It is an uneasy feeling for us, especially sometimes--
not having definitive answers—things unknown. It drives us.
It would seem it has always been like this—part of the weave of reality itself.
Mystery—the most beautiful thing we can experience. A hint to the answer?
Whatever happens, let us hope for the most profound peace for all.
It is time.
Written Content G.A.M. cc
Man In Black Andrey Kiselev
To The Brim Svetlana Senchenok