About farawayness

I believe farawayness brings people closer. Although farawayness creates a loss and that develops emptiness, which is the grandfather of the loneliness tyranny, I think this is only partially true. I think each emptiness grows up and in time accumulates many strong feelings. From time to time, those feelings accumulates fear; fear of losing what you have faraway. “Will I see them again?” is a question that kills those who are faraway each other.

The emptiness that someone has when he or she is faraway must be filled in with something just as good. This is why people experiencing farawayness sometimes say things to each other that they would not normally say. Those who are faraway do things that other people close each other will never do.

In physics, there is an  law that says two things can exert a force on each other particles with the property of electric charge and which is reciprocally affected by the presence and motion of such particles. Newton and his great law of universal gravitation provides an excellent approximation for most calculations of any kind. Gravitation is a natural phenomenon by which objects with mass attract one another. In other words, the closer we are, the more we attract, the longer the distance is between two people or two items, the less is the attraction. Is it?

In quantum physics though, things are slightly different. The law of attraction teaches that we attract into our lives whatever we focus on. Quantum physics teaches that nothing is fixed, that there are no limitations. Everything is vibrating with everything. It is when you feel connected to everyone, you experience no distance, there are no miles, there is no farawayness. It is only the wind that blows across the sea and the waves that crushes on the seashore bringing messages from beyond the sea.   Farawayness is like the wind and love is like the fire. The wind that has the power to blow out the small candles and to rouse the big fire, making it even bigger, brightening the blazes, shining the vivid light in the night.

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About scstefan1

Melbourne
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