The Cosmic Symphony: Exploring the Analogies between Biology and the Big Bang.

In contemplating the origins of our universe, one may find fruitful analogies in the realm of biology. The concept of self-differentiation, whereby a single entity manifests as diverse forms, resonates with the phenomenon of the Big Bang. The latter represents a transformative moment in the cosmos, wherein the Initial Singularity expanded and diversified itself into the intricate structures that we observe today. Akin to a primordial seed bursting into manifold expressions of life, 'the Big Bang signifies the birth of complexity from simplicity'.

Correspondingly, the Initial Singularity can be likened to a state of pure potentiality and undifferentiated oneness, preceding the emergence of it expressing itself as distinct forms. Just as a seed contains within it the promise of a rich and diverse plant, the Initial Singularity harbored within it the longing for otherness so to be able to experience togetherness by means of Self-differentiation. In other words. The initial singularity represents a state of the universe prior to self-differentiation.

In this view, the Big Bang may be understood as a manifestation of the universe's inherent drive towards diversity and self-differentiation so not to be or rather feel alone. The Initial Singularity, on the other hand, represents the ultimate source from which this drive or desire emanated. By contemplating these concepts through the lens of biology, we may deepen our understanding of the cosmic origins and the nature of existence itself as well as the underlying cause of biodiversity and the meaning of life.

In seeking answers as to the motivation- or the why of it all, we can find the answer in Genesis 2:18. It is not good for one to be alone. One's purpose companionship, friendship, love.
~ Wald Wassermann