In A Parallel Universe

A spell of introversion has settled upon the land and humans are gardeners of the heart. Human needs are met in the home, being small and easily administered to. Happiness is the peoples’ occupation and time is their friend. Space is a fluid and is known to expand. No one really travels much because of the comfort of home: so many are artists and musicians. The world is a village. There are unnumbered country roads, beautiful grottos, silent places, sanctuaries of mind, laughter filled spaces. Nature abounds in colourful denominations of kind.

Each human mind is a node of abundance and creator of wonder. This is the world’s equality. No place is the same or even different. There are just endless wellsprings and outpourings of creativity. Much is manifest and much more is left to the imagination. Wholeness is thought important beyond other principles but no one speaks of such matters of fact, as fun’s subject is more pleasing and much more interesting than that.

Every day is richer than the last. Every day understanding widens. Every day appreciation warms and grows. Everyday the sun rises and allows all the wide open eyes to see the true reality of things.

© Ben Truesdale and distilledvoice, 2015.

2 thoughts on “In A Parallel Universe

  1. [smile] In this universe … you just have to know where to look.

    Something about this reminds me of the writings of Ursula K. LeGuin and Doris Lessing. LeGuin, because Always Coming Home and, to a lesser degree, The Dispossessed.

    Lessing because Shikasta which, while an allegory on contemporary Earth and its human condition speaks to a world that *should* be, and *would* be were it not for certain dark forces at work in the universe, setting life out of balance on Earth.

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