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One swallow does not make a summer ~Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC)
Matter precipitated out of void as crystallization of supreme-one’s thought. It was energy transformed in its subtlest form. A human eye (if it had been there) would have perceived it as very fine mist. It comprised of all that was needed to create life.
Soon after, there was a violent storm. It almost extinguished the probability of life. It was the subsequent thought that may have looked like spectacular cosmic phenomenon – death of a star.
A thought made life possible so why one swallow does not make a summer.
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