Monday, October 16, 2006

Finding X

In the begining God created the heavens? and the earth? Creation story from the Bible is something that has bug me in many many many many ways. I have always seen the bible as a book of Knowledge and Inspiration (One of the many manuals of KI). But most times I can't help but challenge its content. The first few chapters of the bible guide us (in a way) through, or gives knoweldge of, the begining (theory) of our existence. But I can't help but to point out that it only mentioned about the creation of the heavens and the earth. Whatever happened to the other part of the Universe? (Maybe e no concern us). Must we bring ourselves to the knowledge of the fact that we can only explain as much as our experience (internally & externally) allows us?

If as of the timing of penning the begining of existence (on earth according to the author), the only world the author knew then was Earth (and just a part of it for that matter), can we then say that the creation story has a bit of limitation(s)? Won't the "story" be a bit different if the author knew about the other parts of the universe that we know today? Don't get me wrong here. I am not trying in anyway to screw your belief up (you can say "NO YOU CAN'T" here), but am only letting you in on my observations (you can say "KEEP YOUR OBsERVATIONS TO YOURSELF" here).

Many Many Many culture have their own version of the creation story but it seem to me that the Judeo-Christian seem to be the most interesting and widely accepted (through proper campaign & dogmatism). Don't take that harshly ok. Its just a thought (say anything here). Just not to confuse you any further, the equation is still left unsolved. The value of the one variable needed to complete this equation is the reason why we are in dying need of salvation, peace, and harmony amongst ourselves, the reason you wake up in the morning and pray (if you do), the reason there's war and famine, the reason birth and death, the wedding and divorce, the reason for the reason of the reason. And until this value is found, the equation will never balance.

Now here's the trickest part of the whole mathematics of existence: This X factor is hidden somewhere no one would ever look. Some tried, many failed. The few who found it are too much in awe to tell anyone. And the few that did, well, there were killed or just disappeared. It stares at you everday. You stare at it everyday. You pay enormous amount of time with it everyday. you love it more than anythingelse. But the trickest thing is that, you only get to see what you want to see. And the value for X?... you can't be bothered with it. Many have searched everywhere for it, but has always been there since the begining of time, passed on from generation to generation, life after life, civilization after civilization, confusion after confusion, surgery after surgery, experiments after experiments.

Where or what is this? That is the question my friends. Sit back. Relax. Take a glass of ogogoro or what ever paddles you canoe, and FIND X.

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October 16, 2006 4:45 AM  
Blogger Overwhelmed Naija Babe said...

oh whao.. I just absolutely luv this post.. you're right that X is something we'll probably never know.. one of the mysteries of our lifetimes... But come to think of it.. i havent found the x but i still need a drink of sweet cold palmwine.. lol i deserve it for navigating your calculus talk.. hehe... OH by tha way... YOU BEEN TAGGED!!!.. check my blog for details!!!

October 19, 2006 11:13 PM  
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October 20, 2006 12:44 AM  

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