I like this journal. I get to write down all my thoughts, elaborate, and practice writing it self. It is now 10:16 am, and I am sitting on a bench in the palisades waiting for a bus. The sun’s hot and sizzling rays are beaming down at me from the semi-clear Caribbean blue sky. Words that we use to describe is just a signal for our brain to our larynx which vibrates air molecules to make a certain sound that another human understands. I’m going to talk about my nothing argument. I believe that nothing does not exist. My best example to explain that theory is this scenario:
A couple gets into an argument and tells the other “you will have nothing if you leave me!” and the other replies, “Yes I will.” The first person replies with “oh really, What?” and the last reply is, “Exactly, nothing.” So evidently it is obvious that even though no physical object is seen, the person leaving still leaves with something, which is the nothing. wait now I’ve confused myself on what I’m trying to argue. I actually meant to say nothing DOES exist, but it makes no sense when call upon it. when we say IT is nothing, what is the nothing if IT is actually nothing?
BUT wait just a darn minute. Something and nothing are opposites of each other? ok this isn’t going anywhere. this nothing, something argument did spark an interesting thought about if something comes from nothing, or does nothing come from something.
the first one, something coming from nothing is not possible. something won’t come into existence when there is nothing there. so it HAS to be nothing comes from something not being there. then that means the universe has always been……
i don’t know the answer… so help me find out 😀