My son loves science. I know a black hole, at least, in terms of the spelling. But my son knows more than just the spelling. As a matter of fact, he was already about to finish studying his science subject on his own even before classes started last June.
Now, in order for me to catch-up on his stories and not to appear like a frequent absentee in my science classes, I had to brush-up on Physics and Chemistry 101.
While reviewing, I’ve remembered something that I’d like to share with you. An atom has 3 elements: protons (positive energy), neutron (neutral energy), and electron (negative energy).
Did you know that the positive and neutral energies are at the center of the atom? The negative energies are outside, circulating around the positive and neutral energies and being attracted by their energy. When you add the power of a neutral energy to positive energy, you will still get a positive energy. Therefore, the very core of an atom, the nucleus, is a positive energy. That is the normal structure.
But, in life, sometimes our hearts and minds are enveloped with negative vibes. Instead of the positive energy staying at the center of our mind and heart, we let the negative energy take the center stage. That is not the normal structure of the basic unit of every matter (atom).
When what we do, feel, and think violate the law of the universal normal structure of every matter, guess what we become. We become unhappy and unfulfilled.
Friends, just as we don’t want to miss breakfast because it’s the most important meal of the day, let’s also not miss teaching our mind and heart to focus on the positive side of life because it’s the very core of our being.
Alright! Now I have something science-related that I can share with my son! 🙂
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