...quiet, about a lot of things...

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Out of This World...for Sunday Scribblings

The worlds outside this world have never interested me as much as the worlds INSIDE this world. I guess I'm a Horton Hears A Who kinda gal.

I love finding the repeatable patterns of the infinite in shells and snowflakes, clovers and seahorses. Break it down, and these patterns remain, break it down more and still they are there.

The pulse original. The Alpha. The root of the root.LIFE!

So just like the expandable universes in the Discovery Store...what goes in Deep to the core, must conversely go out beyond my meager imagination.

But still I tend to stare down at the ground under my feet, and contemplate what is Close. I have always been a nearsighted girl.

Let's go looking for Alien perspectives over HERE.

Beam me up?down?through?parallel? Scottie.....
posted by wendy at 12:14 PM

9 Comments:

It is difficult to keep track of too many worlds at once. I, too, am a right-in-front-of-my-nose thinker! Nice post!

3/30/08, 2:08 PM  

count me in ladies, nearsighted as well. nice post
:)

3/30/08, 2:15 PM  

Wendy,
You are so right girl! The answers are right in front of us, all we nned to do is take a look see. Sort like stopping to smell the roses.
rel

3/30/08, 2:19 PM  

we are an intermediate pattern...

WDS

3/30/08, 3:19 PM  

Isn't it nice that there are enough worlds for all of us? I like to look both down and up.

3/30/08, 4:35 PM  

Very true. Sometimes we overlook what's in front of us when we can hold a whole universe in our hands.

(And the kids and I loved Horton!)

3/30/08, 4:55 PM  

I agree. We overlook the beauty in THIS world!

debris of our making

3/31/08, 11:52 AM  

Hm. Blogger ate my comment. However, I agree with Granny s, and you must LOVE fractals!

3/31/08, 4:50 PM  

Wherever you look, life and experience is layered. There's always more to see, to do.
Thoughtful post.

4/1/08, 6:56 AM  

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