WHEN LIGHT breaks on the surface of the eye

Symmetry

Symmetry (Photo credit: teddy-rised)

When light breaks on the surface of the eye,
as it breaks on the surface of water,
it translates matter into light.

When we imagine in our mind
what we create with our material hands,
we follow the symmetry of energy / matter.

Symmetry of 1 or One is the basic unit.
Symmetry makes visual
what cardinals and ordinals have been hiding:
the structure
that underlies all life and light
all phenomena and all events.

When Zero and One are invisible,
+One and -One are symmetrical.

Seeing them in 3D,
not squashed on a line, but standing freely in space,
then we create dimensions and units
and from units come visuals:
cardinals count, ordinals order;
but visuals make visible and apparent:
the source and the unit,
the symmetry and the dimension:
on the 1st, 2nd or 3rd number axis.

Cardinals and Ordinals are Symbols: 1, 2, 3 and 1st, 2nd, 3rd.
But Visuals are Objects: a point, line, square, sphere and cube.
By moving from one number sequence to three number axes,
we move from number to reality,
from symbol to object,
from behind our eyes
to in front of them.

May you enjoy
the journey of transition!

May you appreciate
the unfathomable wisdom
that connects it all.

And may you bow your head
before 0, 1, 2, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
as well as point, line, square, cube and sphere!

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician, software designer, system analyst, event organiser, independent web publisher and online promoter.
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