The Beginning

The dawn of the universe is a paradox. There are two ways to explain it:

Saying you know the truth of the origin of the universe is lying to yourself. Nobody knows — and nobody will ever know. We simply can’t grasp the very beginning; it’s too contradictory. It’s all-encompassing—too immense for a single human being to fathom.

We must learn to live with the fact that we might never know the truth to some things. And I know, that’s hard. It means letting go of the little grip we have on reality. But ultimately, it’s the only real answer we have. We don’t know, and that’s okay.