I was curious. Human beings are viruses right? Is the universe a far more evolved version of the human body, and we're just viruses within it? I mean, a planet is a nucleus with orbiting electrons and neutrons. If the universe is a human being, it must be at a certain stage of growth, either at a young immature stage, it's peak, or at a dying weak state. The fact that small viruses can travel from human to human, shape-shift and replicate at a far higher state than we can, the universe must be at a very early stage in it's evolution. We can't even hop between planets yet.
I FINALLY get my padiatrist appointment after six months with a painful ingrown tonail. I was meaning to get it sorted before Eurofurence, but I never got the appointment card so I missed it. The next earliest from then was today, and they wrote down the wrong hospital, when I was supposed to be in Deddington (I wouldn't be able to get there anyway, can't drive). The next appointment they can make for me, is on the 1st of December. I am gonna be in so much pain, I'm trying to get into college so I'm going to have to walk down there every single morning. I've lived with it for the entire year now, so I guess I have to accept that it will now be part of my life. It was supposed to be the best year of my life, and now all I'm going to do is look back on the bad things.
Some days I wish I could cry. At least the appointment is at 11:10 on the 1st. (If you read an earlier entry of mine, my whole life revolves around the numbers 1111, so I guess it was meant to be)
The universe is a living organism, just as we are. Everything is a large version of the small, it evolves just as we do, evolution evolves just as we do. We are merely an atom, perhaps a virus content on destroying our own planet.
There is no meaning to life, it just is. Everything is nothing, reality is just a vision created by the pattern that everything beats. It has no purpose, just to grow, and that it's self has no meaning.