Everything Depends Upon Everything Else


Everything depends upon everything else.

Everything is a neighboring beam holding everything together.

There are no islands, no isolation.

Everything holds together.


There is no empty space.

What we think is space is filled with spinning atoms,

Churning molecules doing their job:

Spinning, holding, balancing.



If we look closely—very closely—at the molecule,

We will see that it is itself a universe, a cosmos,

Churning, spinning, holding, balancing,

Much like its cousins, the stars. 


--May 30, 2013