Are we a consequence of an accident? Is it really a big think or a big flaw? If the whole universe has emerged just as an accident out of the universal laws of the existence then the universal laws are meaningless. What is the meaning of an universal law which only creates an accident?
What is the use of riding a horse if it is certainly going to meet with an accident? What is the use of driving a car if you certainly end up with an accident? What is the use of a driving school and a driving license? What is the use of distinguishing between a good driver and a bad driver?
Just look at the whole cosmos? Just see how systematically it is arranged and organized? It is a cosmos and not a chaos. There is an order. There is a system. There is a symphony.
Just think for a while that the whole universe is like a mirror. And we all are just reflections. Now just stand before the mirror and look at yourself. If you are healthy the mirror will reflect the health. If you are sick the mirror will reflect the sickness. If you are sad the mirror will reflect sadness. And if you are happy the mirror will reflect happiness. This is why Werner Heisenberg has said that our universe is a participating universe. It all depends on us and not on the universe. This is the reason why Krishna has said in the Bhagawat Geeta that the universe has demonic and divine qualities. It is a mystery of the universe that it reflects you as you are just like a mirror.
The western scientists have always been speaking on variouse dimensions of the universe but they are missing on this subjective dimension of the universe. The eastern scientists have always been speaking on this subjective dimension of the universe. Buddha has even gone to the extent of saying that your world is your own world. The world exists only because of you. The world has no meaning without you. Only you can give a meaning to your own world. And when you don’t exist what really exists is pure Nirvana.
Let us contemplate on the following quotes of great ones:
“As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.” Albert Einstein
“It will never be possible by pure reason to arrive at some absolute truth.” Werner Heisenberg
Let us move from the so called “Accidental Universe” to an “Enlightened Universe”.