by Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa
Suddenly I realize that each of these three books in the series Bird Spell I, The Timeless Journey II, The Bridge, and the Beginnings III; They fulfill a task that I started in 2003 and it led me to a reflection that is important to me and I want to share it with you so that you can make your own guesses if you wish:
When something needs the impulse to continue, it will be part of your thoughts, and these have to be shared in different ways with the people who cross your path: As humans, we tend towards the perfectible, even when we know that the body we possess limits us, the distances that surround us in the immense world we inhabit and it is in that moment that the sensory ability allows us to feel the other as a mirror and reflection of the feelings that we all have.
The book speaks of our need to affirm ourselves as humanity, to recognize the other who, in their position of anonymity, feels and suffers the same as those who have the tools or possibilities to express themselves.
We suffer, we cry, we love, in our own way we realize that we have something that is fundamental, memory and with them, we can shape a viable future or let memory revive and perpetually maintain the images of the past and turn them into something immovable.
Personally, I prefer the second alternative: The dynamic where I can change everything once and for all, in my own way is the best way to jump into the abyss and be able to look at a new landscape from above with the certainty that I will. Most valuable I have my critical, analytical, observant memory, with a frown marked by the blood of the messenger bird of wisdom. Regardless of what race, culture, or belief I belong to, I chose that signature and shared it through my work with all of you who have followed me so far.
Every novelist recognizes that love is one of the most fascinating feelings that living beings have, in the case of humans it drives us in new ways to keep the flame of our brain and its active connections. Only the one who has experienced love can express it and it is almost certain that others will be reflected in the experience since it is something common to all of us.
The present love, the one that is absent and the one that is remembered with all its positive implications or not, is an engine to continue the life that we are. In my particular experience, the best love is the one that gives us the power of magic, that which is capable of going through every day to revitalize a new creation, that which is not tied to a physical body nor to their material routines.
If we look towards the eternal this is understandable, everything else has a finite time, perhaps there is the key that Ingerin Barderian spoke of, but I cannot anticipate the events that are not yet related by Raudek Vilob, she has the life her own and her search is sometimes not mine, she surprises me when she wakes me up in the middle of the night and takes me to my notebook to write the following passage.
With this, I just want to warn you that the character is a living being in the head of every writer and I am no exception.
Do you remember that in 2003 the philosopher Nick Bostrom proposed that the universe could be a monumental simulation as a whole?
Recently Fouad Khan reopens the discussion on this matter and adds that we can detect its existence by the speed of light:
He mentioned that it can process information at the rate of one operation per second and it would have an extension of 300,000 kilometers long, where it would store all the relative information. to simulation. Khan concludes with a feeling of helplessness: “All we can do is accept the reality of the simulation and make what we can out of it,” he told Scientific American Magazine.
It is a debate that continues, for those who are thinking that I hold this theory without fuss, I want to tell you beforehand that I do not agree with it; we are more complex and internally rich to allow myself to be convinced with such an argument.
References: Space confirmed! We live in a simulation. Fouad Khan, Scientific American, April 1, 2021. Do We Live in a Simulation? Chances Are about 50–50. Anil Ananthaswamy. Scientific American, October 13, 2020. https://tendencia21.levante-emv.com/el-universo-seria-una-simulacion-regulada-por-la-luz-y-la-gravedad.html