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Andrew's Paradox
BAA (06OCT58 / Alton, IL)

Andrew's Paradox

Consider the following equation:
I - (A+G) /(DxMC) =0
Where:
I = Infinite Happiness + Love
A = A Child
G = Gravity
D = Death
MC = Mathematical certainty
And given:
I = A
This statement seems logical on it's face, but it is not.
Because:
I - (A+G) /(DxMC) does not equal 0
A - A = i
I - A =i
Where:
i = infinite pain and sorrow
It is not logical for a parent to lose a child.
It is not logical for a child to die so young.
And yet it happens.
Perhaps Time (T) is the missing variable.
In Time the infinite pain and sorrow will move towards 0.
In Time I will be able to hold my son in my arms again.
And
In Time perhaps, I'll have a better understanding of Andrew's Paradox.

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Comments (1)

A touching equation u drew n evolved here, nice in poem for a change. Do read my poems too n tel me if u like any