Things that do things.

A scale weighs.
A calculator figures.
A hammer pounds.
A freezer, well, it freezes.

All these things, have a specific purpose. Sure, they can be used for other things, like doorstops, or coffee tables, or coasters. But their main objective in their time had been predesigned. And, if they are used in the way that was intended, they are pretty good at that specific task.

Now. That’s something to think about, isn’t it? They have a purpose.

With that. Most things don’t last forever, either. So eventually, they will quit weighing, and figuring. Pounding, and freezing. Kaput.

Here is another thing to consider.

Every single particle in this entire world vibrates at a specific frequency. The whole of me has a different frequency, then a duck. Or a rock. Or even a you.

Yes. We are a bunch of movers and shakers. Particles vibrate at a specific frequency for each and every source. And that, is called its “natural frequency.” Steel, brass, glass, and wood all have different natural frequencies.

When that scale, the one I mentioned in the very first line. That scale. When the spring inside it pops and its capacity to weigh objects is terminated, the scale is still vibrating. Still moving, at the exact same frequency as it was before it broke.

Same with the plastic calculator, and on.

What about that?

Okay, another thing.

That fish. You haven’t met the fish yet, I am just introducing him now. He is a Cod. Named Todd, or at least, that is what his buddies call him. Todd the Cod lives in the Atlantic Ocean, swimming about in his natural frequency. But one day he is caught. He and his buddies are hoisted on the deck of a boat. Todd, well, this is the sad part of the story. He dies. And. Eventually, I eat Todd the Cod. With a very nice light lemon sauce. But here is the thing. I just ate his frequency too.

Now what?

If all of this seems perplexing, it confounds me too. Some nights, I can’t sleep because I wonder about the nail file that I threw away because it went dull. There may have been electrons, or photons exchanged.

There is the distinct possibility that all of this is highly connected in the intricate and complicated balance of the Universe. The very big secret.

Or, perhaps, none of this is connected at all.

Not one. Little. Bit. Which is, of course, the other very big secret.

Which might it be?

It appears I have hurt my head. So. I’m going off somewhere now. To sit and be frequent, as naturally as I can.


“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.”
― John Muir, The Mountains of California


“We are all connected; To each other, biologically. To the earth, chemically. To the rest of the universe atomically.”
― Neil DeGrasse Tyson


“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
― Nikola Tesla