Discovered this in Kurt Vonnegut drawings. I found it fascinating. The conclusion I drew from this; Two nothings combine to make something which later, we’ll know as everything. Something along the lines of two is better than one, right?
It always made me wonder. As a child you hear proverbs like one bird in hand is better than two in the bush, only to grow up and be thwarted by Two is better than one. Maybe two is better just not when it comes to birds, huh? Okay bad joke. Couldn’t help it.
I love how both these sayings are contradictory, yet they compliment each other by making complete sense. Confusing? I suppose this is the reason men find women infuriating. We say one thing while we mean the other. Honestly, where’s the fun in having to spell everything out for them?
All of us are always trying to find answers, to make sense of things.If you look closely everything makes sense. The universe has a code, abides by the rules. It’s humans that have the tendency to complicate things. Maybe the beauty isn’t in answers. It’s in the questions.
We are all sojourning in this earth. It’s a losing battle. Time’s of essence. So, stop the search and live fully. If you’re really open to the extraordinary you’ll learn that Sometimes nonsense is the only thing that makes complete sense.
Sometimes two ordinary things merge to make something extraordinary. It’s all about balance. Balance of nature.