Embrace the Uncertainty

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The 'Uncertainty Principle', formulated by the German physicist Werner Heisenberg in 1927, states that the more precisely you measure a physical particle's position/location, the less precisely you are able to determine its momentum, and vice versa. This principle, often invoked outside the realm of physics, describes how the mere act of observing something changes the very thing being observed. How well can you ever really understand your universe when your universe is so changeable? Think about it, until your last breath, there is still breath; when there's still breath, there's still life, and when there is still life, there's a way to change everything that you observe. As long as your heart is beating -- (the heart is the home of the will) -- there is a way to change your observation. Therefore, "where there's a will, there's a way" is not a quaint philosophy, but this is the reality of quantum physics . . . at the core of your existence.

Our prayer is that you embrace the uncertainty of your physical certainty . . . use this reality to produce your own reality from the dreams in your own imagination, and "become the change you want to see in the world." 


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