"I am in the Aleph, the point at which everything is in the same place at the same time."- Paulo Coelho
Have you ever pondered about the concept of parallel existences? From a science fiction perspective, this idea has developed many a story line.
But what if you simply apply it to your day to day life. For example, when you board an airplane at a snowed in airport and then land less than 6 hours later in a tropical paradise, one could say that these two very different experiences co-exist at all times, whether you travel there or not.
Following this thread of thinking and using the fractal geometry of inter-connectivity, one could easily envision a world where nothing is separate. Even the silence between the notes plays a key role in the existence of the sound of music.
According to Eckhart Tolle, the spiritual practice of presence (present moment awareness), where you allow each moment to simply be by relinquishing inner resistance to what is, enables life to unfold beautifully.
If suffering occurs only when our ego collides with the suchness of now, then maybe one can find inspiration and relief when envisioning the open doorway to the Aleph.
When you remain still in the portal of all that is and ever will be, nothing is important except the joy of being.