True, I may differ a little with Ron because we are translating what we ‘feel’ about life and not just its origins but its purpose, so you may have grasped some things that I haven’t with what Ron understands, so your couple of things works in your way...as long as it works...because you also define what life is which is a little different to me and to Ron but it is none the less true.
And that’s the beauty of spiralling into the centre of things, for centre it is. We may come at it from different directions and have differing views of what surrounds us as we spiral in, but spiral in we do. There is always going to be the centre.
I like it that there is always a middle, and beginning and ending are in opposite directions from that middle, and if we consider a circle, directions go everywhere away from that middle to reach a boundary that depicts a circle when the boundary is the extent of a circle. The wonder of the circle is its mathematical expression when associated with its size: pi x radius (squared). For size of circumference, 2 x radius x pi. Pi, as much as we estimate, is limitless, so there are all manner of directions in opposite from the centre which will find their own unique places upon that circle’s rim...but they all stem from the centre, yes?
What could you do with understanding life as you know it if you accepted that you are in the middle? That all that came before you lead to you, and that all that comes after you leads away from you? Not that you have any influence on what happened before because you were born when you were, and very likely anything you do will have little influence on what comes after you because you would have to be a big fish in a small pond to make your life have effects...but what would it do to you to know that you are in the middle of all existence, as far as it extends to beginning and ending?
What if you, in the same vein as everything that exists, was the “Ever-changing higher being
monadically manifested" ?
And what would you do, knowing that you are but one manifestation of all that is possible in being a representation of this monad, and at your demise regroup with that original thing, and it thanks you for doing all you did while you represented it?
Of course you would be welcomed wholeheartedly back to whence you came, for you are the same as it, albeit in a guise without knowing you have a guise, and now I say Namaste. I recognise the god within you, and I have done this many times in here, because we are all little gods and don’t even know it.
And I look forward to some music from you in your response. I do like what you select. It is always appropriate. Cheers!