Friday, January 27, 2012

If the Universe was a Sudoku puzzle by Louis Evan Palmer

The object of Sudoku is to discover the numbers from 1 to 9 that align along each row, column and 3x3 box such that no number is repeated in any of the 3 constructs (row, column, 3x3 box). What if instead we had looked at a completed Suduko and realised that the above was true. We uncover an order in what appears to be a jumble of numbers. Bliss equals hidden order manifested.

What if our universe or multi-verse is created in such a way that it is in fact an unimaginably immense sudoku where "something" always adds up the same way no matter how you add it. You add up your lives across time and space. You add up all the connected lives you interact with in this life. You "add" up the entire planet. You add up our Solar System, our galaxy, other galaxies. Always the same total. What is it that adds up the same across all significant parameters?

It is not something mutable. It is not something bound in time. It is not some "thing" at all. That's why it's all alright. Always. Everywhere. And it doesn't matter what you say or do. Evil doesn't matter or Good. The whole is reflected in the part and the part reflects the whole. Fractals meet Sudoku. The boundless sea of potential meets the great manifestation machine. It's over before it began. It never began. It never ended.

If the Universe was a Sudoku puzzle, Louis Evan Palmer, The Way It Can Be,

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Copyright 2012 Louis Evan Palmer
He lives in Ontario Canada. His short stories have appeared in numerous publications.


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