The Circular Zero and the Straight One!

What is zero?

Its the end of the creation.

Why is zero?

To explain the end of anything that begins.

  •  Prove me?

The term zero, has no side-points. Its a circle, usually. And once it starts, it only stops at terminal point.

  • Terminal point?

The end, I mean.

A circle has no end, right?

No, it moves on.

  • Then?

Make a zero. Or make a circle. Or oval, if you prefer. The point goes non-stop and keeps on travelling until it reaches it’s destination. It starts once, like a baby born; small like a dot if life is a mini-circle. It travels, travels and travels. Ups and down, highest to lowest, light to dark, awfulness to awesomeness. Its journey is simple.

Relate this to everything that happens. Every day that comes. Start to end, another day, yet another, and it goes on. until ONE final termination. And then hereafter!

THAT ONE HEREAFTER IS THE CIRCLE. YOUR LIFE IS A STRAIGHT ONE. A LINE. START FROM HEAD, END TO TOE. FINISH. It does finish. But there has to be something in continual? That’s the circle!

Circle is mystery. Zero is existence to nothingness. Nothingness to existence.

Confusion is a new dimension!

Confusion is a new dimension!

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8 thoughts on “The Circular Zero and the Straight One!

  1. purplsunshine says:

    Zero’s my favourite number 🙂 I like how a circle goes on and on with no beginning and no end. I like how you divide something by zero and the answer is infinity, and divide something by infinity and the answer is zero. Zero so perfectly explains the concept of infinity 🙂

    • randomlyabstract says:

      Wow. I love love your comment! “I like how you divide something by zero and the answer is infinity, and divide something by infinity and the answer is zero.” Why didn’t I thought of writing that too? 😉

  2. Waqas says:

    The point where circle starts from and the moment it touches the point again, is a rotation…. Sometimes things do not have ending points, interestingly in case of circles, the ending points are the starting points.

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