History

History is a vast concept derived from creation and discoveries. A lexicon may define it as a chronological collection of events, but history implicitly encompasses a profound definition of existence and evolution.

“Now what is history? It is the centuries of systematic explorations of the riddle of death, with a view to overcoming death. That’s why people discover mathematical infinity and electromagnetic waves, that’s why they write symphonies.” – Boris Pasternak

Science has been in history for decades, more so at this moment. For a long period, science has always been trying to redefine life and death in hopes that it can in the fullness of time. Intellectuals embark on journeys to unearth concealed possibilities within this world and beyond its surface. Science is the product of curiosity and seeks to demystify the mysteries of the physical world. Setting aside the excerpt about death and development and its relation to science herein, let not the science of vibrations be forgotten. Unifying science with art, music is produced. Music is a wonderful combination of patterns, arts, and sciences. Figuratively speaking, harmonious music creates unity in this world of diversity.

History is truly a great place to dwell on for it is an aide-mémoire that the world has greatly developed and has been transformed by diverse aspects such as technological revolution and advances in arts and human knowledge.

 

Time

Time is unquestionably amazing. We cannot see nor feel it, but our lives are defined and measured by it. It can indicate the alpha and omega of an epoch, but one can never fully elucidate time’s own onset and end. It is vastly unbounded. It is the only element that never diminishes. Verily, time is a unique variable of life. A certain life-form can neglect time, yet it is ever-present in life. Whether how long it takes a leaf to fall onto the ground or how long it takes our universe to collide with another, time will always be of great significance.

Invisible

Deeming a paramount is oft misconstrued when hearts and minds collide. People tend to consider something essential by discerning visually. Be that as it may, deep down those commonly deemed essentials lies the cornerstone for the quintessence such as love, faith, kindness, and a myriad more that only the heart can see. Forsooth, what the heart sees is vastly essential than what eyes perceive.

“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry