175 – An Inescapable Conclusion …

Some of our own physical properties are incomprehensible to us: How, for instance, two cells can come together knowing in advance the astonishing process of creating an organism able to reflect upon itself; or how billions, trillions of minute elements can bond, oftentimes fleetingly, into a cohesive organism that can adapt to its constantly changing world; or how can a microscopic double helix encode the relatively pre-determined yet supple line of ascent of the entire species.

But, on the other hand, there are some physical properties that have become self-evident as we develop higher levels of comprehension:

The fact, for instance, that we are utterly unique … there is no one with my exact composition in the entire Universe … while simultaneously being a common member of a species.

Or the fact that we thrive in a body that regulates itself, while simultaneously being regulated by the environment in which we exist.

Or the fact that we are controlled by primal instincts that determine our development and our ultimate disintegration, while simultaneously being liberated by a relative degree of freedom in adaptation.

Or the fact that we imprint every cell we create in our bodies with our specific characteristics … eye color, skin pigment, blood type … while simultaneously we are imprinted with the same characteristics for the extent of our lives.

That these properties are self-evident lead us to an inescapable conclusion: As there is a physical connection between our every cell and us – the organism that creates, imprints and endows them with a relative degree of freedom in adaptation – so there is a parallel physical connection between every one of us and the organism/system/Universe that creates, determines and endows us with a relative degree of freedom in adaptation.

The impact on Humanity of incorporating into our understanding of ourselves and our world the physical connection that unites us all, will liberate us from the devastating divisiveness of intolerance.

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