Our closest interactions with other humans, other species, and the planet itself all lead us to independent conclusions about the nature of reality,. Just as we all have different perspectives, personal experiences vary also. Every time you run a bath, the molecules of water are different. Grains of sand are structurally unique. No two snowflakes are quite the same.
Water, a major component of all life forms, has memory. What's interesting about Stuttgart's research is the logic connecting beauty to truth. The mechanics of water's memory may be something of a mystery, but it cycles the planet, gathering a lot of information as it does so.
Electrons patrol the outer reaches of the atom, so they are the only things we physically touch. They are responsible for our ability to gather information through five senses. We interact with electrons all the time, and since electrons are negatively charged, my logic would have it that we can't be happy and high all the time, for in our balance of emotional equatiions, we have negativity to contend with as a resident force. But we do have a trick up our particle sleeve. There are positrons, too, and these postively charged counterparts might be fleeting in apparition, but they pack a hell of a punch in terms of energy. When we feel good, we have more energy. Are the mechanics trying to tell us something?
As your DNA updates with the information you assimilate, the water that cycles through you and through the planet is gathering knowledge relating to our ever-changing, evolving conditions - it's not a race, and there is no contest. Seekers of power and plunderers of currency would have us believe otherwise, but we don't have to buy their story. The Universe has its own plan to follow while our state of mind is inclined to change according to our learning process. As unique individuals, we make valuable contributions to the global knowledge bank. Beautiful presents of truth.
These quarks, this energy, the water circling the Earth, these make the fabric of Who You Are. Let no-one, least of all yourself, underestimate the incredible beauty and crucial truth of your role in the unversal play.