When will a person be able to give those around him warmth, care, kindness, respect, understanding and love? When will it overcome the invisible line of the horizon?
Our universe is an amazing, infinite space made up of a huge number of stars brought together by gravity. It is filled with gas and dust, stars, planets and their satellites.
For many thousands of years, scientists, philosophers, and sages have compared the structure and functioning of the universe with the inner workings of man, making clear analogies. It is an unstudied, unexplored system that periodically gives us its surprises.
More recently, some 240 years ago, the eminent English naturalist and geologist John Mitchell suggested that there were invisible regions in the Galaxy, 500 times the radius of the Sun, with a super density and gravity that absorbed light and prevented it from escaping.
They were called black holes. Albert Einstein later proved their existence. These are rather strange objects with enormous mass. What do they “do”? They suck up everything that falls within the zone of their gravitational force. They cannot be seen, but the presence of black holes is felt through the effects on nearby stars, planets and cosmic dust.
Now let’s think what analogy we can draw between a black hole and a man…. That’s right! In man this function is performed by a superpowered desire to receive. It is set up, like a black hole, only to absorb inside itself.
I don’t know how it is on the scale of the universe whether someone gets pleasure from what they swallow, but that’s how it works in humans. Filling his desires, he gives himself pleasure.
Sometimes short, sometimes long term, but the process is continuous, as it works in a circle: search-pleasure-disappointment-and search again. Anything in sight that can give pleasure becomes the object of passionate desire. All strength, thoughts and feelings are directed only at receiving.
It is possible that a black hole is selfish – this has yet to be proven. But there is no doubt that man is selfish.
One of the properties of a black hole is that whatever it swallows does not come back. Hence, incidentally, the name. A black body absorbs all the light that falls on it, which is why our eye perceives it as completely black.
It is also possible that a person’s zone of selfishness is completely black. And so, we all, without exception, live with such a black hole inside us and suffer terribly in the process. Why? Because, working for her day and night, we don’t have time to satisfy her. It’s also because it’s growing, it’s getting heavier, and it’s getting harder and harder for us to live with it. It also affects those around us, causing us to suffer, and the world around us, plunging it into darkness.
What’s the solution? There is a law of Nature – everything that exists is created by something that is the opposite. This is the law of equilibrium. Then there is hope that there are white holes.
Fortunately, that’s exactly what it is. According to scientists, if there are black holes in the universe, then there must also be their antipodes – white holes into which nothing can enter.
They explain that white holes are formed from black holes beyond the so-called event horizon. This, of course, is difficult to understand. The main thing is that there is an ejection of matter and light and so a white hole is formed, giving away completely.
A white hole is a phenomenon, a physical object of the Universe, inside which nothing can get. White holes reproduce matter and light and eject them outward, giving birth to new stars.
Now back to our human analogy. By walking or overcoming this invisible horizon line, by becoming aware of one’s selfishness, one turns it inside out and turns it into altruism. In embodying the principle of love for one’s neighbor, he becomes a giver. He is now able to give those around him warmth, care, kindness, respect, understanding, and love.
Sooner or later it will happen to everyone. This is the law of Nature and our inner development. You just have to want to.