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  • The ying and yang. The evil and divine integrated with one another and in one another. This concept the Eastern culture seems to get that our binary culture doesn't. You're evil or you're good. There's no room for gray area. Everything is relative, Einstein said. Can we say that what is evil cannot exist without what is divine, the good existence depends on the existence of the bad? Balance is the ultimate goal. Maintaining our universe, sustaining its very existence depends on the negative or electrons starting to misbehave risking a collapse of everything and the protons come the rescue. The neutrons feel pulled in both directions. And really what forms everything is this struggle of forces that from every atom form the mass that the universe is. Is the universe a consciousness like we are? Is it conscious of its very existence and our existence or are we like the bacteria that live within us to it? Does it have a metaphysic mind like ours?
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