Saturday, December 17, 2016

The Soul Nebula

The Soul Nebula, one of many.  I can see my soul looking something like this when it leaves this bag of bones it is currently in.

In fact, center right and a little low a face appears.  I wonder if that is the face of the owner of this soul. 

Clicking the picture and reading the description, you will find that this particular soul has been charged with creating stars and no doubt other universe enigmas like planets, asteroids, comets, etc.
Our work is never done and why would we want it to be.  Lay around and stare into space for eternity?  Not for me, I want to keep creating or start creating as the case may be.

All this activity put into motion by intelligent design that enjoys and marvels in what creations come to be just as we marvel.  It's perfect if you think about it.  It's a perpetual motion machine with endless forms and if you believe in the idea that all timelines exist in infinite universes, then there is no end.  There is no beginning, there is only a constant cycle of creation and expiration.



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  1. Like a fractal generator. You just drill in and in and in and in and in and in and in and in and in and in

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    1. Ed, And never get to the end or beginning.

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  2. It's so hard for our puny little brains to wrap around these huge concepts. I just keep hoping the earth doesn't fall out of the sky. If it did, where in heck would it fall to? See the problem?

    Happy Sunday before Christmas, Kid.

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    1. Adrienne, it is hard which is why I like to visit the big picture fairly often. Imagine what goes through the minds of people who believe the Earth is flat which I've recently come to find are quite a few of them.

      Happy Sunday and time of year too.

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  3. That's one mean looking gray-faced dude up there. Looks MALEVOLENT like a stone-faced DEMON-GOD carved in stone by a savage primitive tribe.

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    1. FT, You're missing its Beauty. :)

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    2. Perhaps so, Kid, but I did not miss its WONDER. God is entirely good, and always has the best interests of His Children (that's us!) at heart, but He does not look kindly on Evil.

      I take this decidedly unpleasant-lookung face as a Sign that God is extremely displeased with the fiends –– and fools –– who are attempting in thuglike fashion to overturn the results of the free and fair election of Donald J. Trump.

      After all it says right in the Bible, "He who troubleth his own house shall inherit the wind."

      Hey! MERRY CHRISTMAS, Kid!

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    3. Maybe you're right FT, but ugly on the outside doesn't guarantee ugly on the inside. :)

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  5. I'm with FT. That cosmic apparition dude appears to be wearing a hoodie, and its a little disconcerting around where I come from here in Flint town. I am at least crossing the street early so we don't have to walk past each other.

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    1. They don't call it the Soooouuuuuul Nebula for nothing ;)

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    2. To each their own DaBlade. They say never buy art or music for someone else.

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    3. LOL, cube... and I'm just being a S.A., Kid :)

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    4. DaBlade, I'd asked that thing not to bother you. Nice to know you're still with us.

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  6. That Soul's face looks unhappy -- or something.

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    1. AOW, Creating stars is sometimes painful.

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