Molecules are an array of unique elements held together by a bond. Just like a molecule, life is a collection of boundless phenomena bonded by a single individual. Life exhibits an abundance of the peculiar and enigmatic. Within the realm of the possible and factual lies a vast array of the curious and mysterious. Physics and the laws of quantum mechanics allow for the existence of atoms and subatomic particles in infinite locations simultaneously. If the universe and laws of physics deviate from standard for these forms of matter then it is feasible to presume that scientists have not grasped the entirety of what is possible and achievable by the universe and individuals. If it is viable for multiple states to exist simultaneously, are we ever truly bound to the state we exist in? What makes thoughts and beliefs any less real or valid than the state of the physical world?
When a dream is realized, the universe conspires in helping its achievement. Once you acknowledge that your thoughts are as legitimate as the universe itself, you recognize that at any point you can create your own fate and meaning. Your dreams are within reach and you can shift to your desired reality. Just before success, every achievement and dream is tested to ensure that not only are our dreams achieved but also that we have mastered the lessons required to actualize and attain them. “every search begins with beginner’s luck. And every search ends with the victor’s being severely tested. The boy remembered an old proverb from his country. It said that the darkest hour of the night came just before the dawn” (Coelho, P. 1998). Just before success comes a test of everything we’ve learned; we must continue on the path in the face of adversity and seek success despite the obstacles presented. No obstacle is truly a boundary to actualizing a dream, but rather an opportunity to understand and reach our desired state.
This blog is run by Diana Pik, the opportunities I’ve encountered, along with those awaiting me. I am a recent graduate of the BSc Biology program with an Honours Thesis in restoration ecology and a first author peer-reviewed publication in an academic journal. My previous research work has focused on facilitation versus competition among native species as well as cam-trap data analysis. I am a scientist, an avid baker, and a reader with a love for philosophy. As a S.T.E.M graduate, I am always interested in the applications and innovations in science and technology and how we can use it to improve the world. My site utilizes alternative text for accessibility. Please contact me through my twitter if you have any comments or suggestions to make it more accessible.