At first, all existed as a single whole in a single thought.

Then it fell below, shattering into tiny fragments and fragments of fragments.

Now the human being picks up the pieces and says, “This seems to belong to this, and this relates to that,” until we reach back to the whole as it was in a primal thought.

Human intelligence cannot always answer “how” and “why.” Its beauty is in its ability to find the harmony and elegance of the whole as it was originally conceived.