empty space, what it means (4)
The world we see is an illusion, albeit a highly persistent one. We have gradually got used to the idea that nature’s true reality is one of uncertain quantum fields; that what we see is not necessarily what is.
It don’t look like what all it is, but it be what it be.
That still assumes there’s one underlying, hard and fast reality. Why? What’s wrong with an infinity of realities, some of them similar enough that we make the mistake of thinking we all exist in the same one?
I have worked hard to achieve my own reality and do not wish to share.
I re-read the Anna Kearney chapters on Sunday morning and, as a consequence, I know exactly what Empty Space means.
Hi TimCee: that is exactly what I love about being a writer. Hearing how people connect with the book & read it into existence. It’s mine for a year, it’s everyone else’s forever. That’s not to say that, during the year, I don’t develop a few ideas of my own 🙂
Funnily enough in the afternoon I went to visit friends but it rained so we took cover in the garden shed. I told them about the trilogy and think you have two new readers.