The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything
wind whooshing past me as I fell. My parents were in front of me as we approached our destination. I
watched as they disappeared into the brillia ntly colored, rocky, mounta inous boundary of Earth. Only a
few moments passed as I followed, but years went by on Earth. Traveling through a tunne l toward the
light, I soon took my first breath; I was born.
Those who had lived and died before me had built the Earth. Knowledge had been left, like snow,
waiting to be packed by those who would follow. My understanding of the world was as small as a
snowflake, and the world was blanketed with information. My life started to roll and I grew larger. I
realized that someday my life would come to an end, but I had no fear. Soon I would be trave ling
through a tunne l toward the light aga in.
For me it would be a shame to te ll others the snow the y packed was worth nothing or that what they
belie ved to be truth was worthless. That is an individua l truth, and an individua l truth can be beautiful.
The Universal Truth created all truth, and individua l truth seeks it.
The Universal Truth is the threaded code within absolute ly everything, which a llows all languages
to be deciphered continually. When an individualâ€Ÿs truth has evolved into understanding the Universal
Truth, he or she will speak with that tongue, because the Universa l Truth is the tongue that is
universally relatable. Speaking with this connective universal tongue allows for all that is unknown and
incomprehensible, to become known while looking through the decipherable lens of re latable, se lf-
evident, Universal Truths. The Universa l Truth is binary: 0 and 1.