Everything was quiet. God’s creations were all gone except me I guess. The diverse universe to the former inhabitants just banished. There were no traces of human activity or things that existed before – no moon, no stars, no day, no night, no light, no darkness and everything that was there simply were non-existent.
Perhaps this was the most peaceful and the quietest moment in all the written history and for that matter in all the recorded experience of my life. .
I had the urge to ask a specific question as to why there was absolutely nothing around and such absolute nothingness happened but I figured out that this question would just be useless and stupid because there was only me. My common sense tells me that it would be in my best interest not to be stupid at this time although there was nobody except me that would say I am acting like one.
So I dismissed everything as nothing and decided to keep everything as is. After all, this nothing actually had something. A great feeling of serenity and undisturbed peace that for the longest time a lot of human beings seek.
This brings me to this crazy question, what does nothing mean when there was absolutely nothing?
My stomach cried for food and my gall bladder was full and needed an uninterrupted download. And I woke up from almost a day of nothingness.
As nothing ends (although it feels like it would not end so soon), here I am blogging of something that is really nothing but actually has something. I realized that even if you were the only one left, absolutely hindi ka nag-iisa (not alone), you still have a company and that is yourself and that peace is relative to yourself once you fall into a long and deep sleep (without any bad dreams of course). ha ha ha
Be at peace with yourself. If you are not at peace with yourself, you are at peace with nothing. – Ron W. Rathbun