The Audience’s Reaction

Stage Manager: 'Is THERE a BETTER ACTOR in the House?!'

What is the relentless form of a complete “quantum” universe? I inject the word relentless to represent the constant expansion of the universe. But while examining this expansion I place two mirrors on the opposite sides of a room facing each other. The infinite reflections of finite opposites reduce the confines to squares framed inside glass, this is my life when I blink and hold the closed position, what passing paradoxes transpire as I open and close the curtain from light to dark? Are these the reflections of opposites, or the reactions of opposites?

“All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts”

Where should the opposite of my current part expire to begin the next? When will I recognize that the next has begun? To clarify I’ve compiled certain standards and happenings to distinguish one from the other. The process to compile isn’t unique, humans are captives of this process. It would be easy to assume that our captivity urges hostile returns, after all we are beasts waiting for the opportunity of outrage. Consider protests, riots, revolutions and dances. Are these the reactions of opposites? Of opposing compilations colliding like particles thrown together at a universe’s birth? Perhaps each conflict creates its own standards that in turn birth a new universe? But while considering be sure to rotate the remembrance that none of this is unique to the participant. We’re merely in a natural state of fluctuation, skipping from one flow to the next. Playing our part to move from first to last.

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