The God Particle
I recently watched a documentary about the Large Hadron Collider that was built by scientists that took twenty years to make. The huge particle accelerator is underground and is miles long. The purpose is to send particles like atoms in opposite directions at light speed and then collide them in order to make them explode into smaller particles.
One of the goals was to find out of the Higgs particle, called the “God Particle,” actually existed or not, in order to better understand universe and creation.
I happen to believe in God and His infiniteness. No matter how small the matter, or particle—even the Higgs, I don’t think we’ll ever get to the end, and we won’t find God there. Only his craftsmanship.
The only way to understand how creation was created is to someday ask the creator. We are not God. Our works will not find God. We will never fully comprehend the universe or the smallest of things that exist within it. But everything in creation, including you, is special—right down to the particles.
So why not live life in a way that makes it special. Along the way you can still seek, ask, knock. Even experiment, like the scientists. I think when you do, with an open mind and heart, you’ll find some of the answers you are looking for.