This is a place where I bare my soul in the hope that some of these stories resonate with some on similar tracks, making sense of quantum mechanics and human relationships with all the pleasure, pain, and pure uncertainty these things bring to our lives. We have no idea what will happen next, and some spiritual adhesion to the Uncertainty Principle helps us to know why this has to be so.
Unshakable faith in quantum mechanics doesn't take away the trials of life, it simply makes the journey a little less rocky, and if we are lucky, a little more magical. Like being the sorcerer and the spell at the same time, we might find that the sources of our stories have a more-than-peculiar slant, because we are delving into mysteries which colour the very fabric of existence, and in so doing, revealing some colourful things about ourselves.
QCD (quantum chromodynamics) is a science that plays with quarks of many colours. Red, green and blue, mainly, with a few silvery strands of other things thrown in to describe gluons and hadron interference
There may appear to be no correlation between QCD and the human condition, and if I hadn't experienced such weird phenomena ploughed to the hilt with synchronicities to make it so, I wouldn't have thought it up either. I'm no physicist, remember, I'm just a girl who ended up entangled in a lot of things she didn't understand and was forcibly driven by who knows what to make as much sense of it as she could. Not really being a girl any more, approaching the middle point of fifty, I guess you could say I'm probably qualified by now to know that there's much more to life than meets the eye.
Once in a lifetime, you get to encounter a twin flame. This relationship suffers a dynamic commonly known as 'runner-chaser' syndrome which in effect is two paired quarks trying to keep away from each other. The more you delve into twin flame dynamics, the more obvious it becomes that you're not actually meant to be together like 'normal' couples, because the purpose of the union is much deeper than physical proximity can justify. The whole concept of true twin-flamedom is based in our need to discover the true Self. You have to be free to find out who you are and what you're doing here, free to answer questions from the deepest recesses of your inner being and set about the process of healing the cuts that were made in childhood, the scars that have been carried through lifetimes (if you believe in the Multiverse, it makes sense to figure there are more lives than this one), and to set to rights the wrongs within us that only we, alone, in our own spacetime, can possibly identify.
So here it is, the cutting-room floor, a place I never imagined finding myself to be, but comfortable in that I know we're in this together, and like all intelligent quarks, we now know the reasons why we must be apart.