The electron revolves around nucleus, Moon around Earth, Earth around sun, Sun around the center of our galaxy. It doesn’t end here. Even the Milkyway galaxy is revolving around the center of the galaxy clusters.
So are you stationary right now? Absolutely not. Nothing in this universe is stationary, but is revolving around something to which it is attracted.
Entities revolve around others because of different forces of attraction. Be it atomic, gravitational or emotional. Yes, people too revolve around those to whom they are attracted.
There’s a theory too which states that if parallel universes are placed on a string that string too will be rotating about it’s core.
But one can always see a pattern here. Things always have a bigger obsession to be attracted to. Even though the moon revolves around earth, the earth is attracted to sun. And this process goes on and on.
What does the earth get out of this long, hideous process of rotating around sun? The sun still has a bigger obsession and is not going to see earth’s efforts.
Stability. Stability is what they get while revolving. If the earth tried to meet the sun directly, our galaxy would have collapsed in seconds. Thus these entities keep revolving without any condition forever. Just to be with those whom they love.
So is there an end to this pattern? Do two objects actually revolve around each other, which are attracted to each other equally and can be together till eternity? The entities which are not attracted to some bigger obsession?
Yes! There is a twin star system called the Arundhati Vashishtha. It has two stars which keeps revolving around each other in the endless space till eternity. There is no bigger obsession in their life. They are complete.
Maybe people need a relationship like that of Arundhati and Vashishtha. Complete. With mutual respect and attraction. Try and try until you find someone who makes you complete. If you’re Arundhati, find your Vashishtha. You’ll find him. For sure.
One day life for Arundhati will be all about finding her Vashishtha.