“Some people bloom late. Some very late. And some, very, very late.
But, they all bloom. And the longer it takes, the more spectacular it is.
Quite the deal, huh?
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
There is no major difference when it comes to blooming earlier or later in life. As long as you progress, you are on the right track. For someone to bloom, they need to start in an atomic state. The theory of everything, from Hawking, is to create a correlation between the Theory of General relativity from Einstein, which is the theory of the very large, and the Theory of Quantum mechanics, which is the very small. If we endeavor in the realm of theoretical physics, we can say that the Universe started in an atomic level, the concept of singularity, and then, with so much density concentrate on that central point (singularity), the Big Bang occurred. If it is claimed that explaining black holes uses quantum mechanics, how can we use both theories that are total opposite of each other? If the Universe stated from a singular point, which is quantum mechanics theory, and then exploded to something extremely big, which includes stars, planets and galaxies, how can all of that comes together? Well, this is definitely a very interesting subject that will require several thousand pages to explain, hence, not really the point here. But we can conclude that the Universe did BLOOM to what it is now, and continues to do so.
It is crucial for every human to continue learning, changing, and becoming better people along the way. God will never get involved in your free will and you are aloud to do whatever you want. You can decide if you want to tilt through doing bad or good. It is your choice. If you are doing good, do it because it makes you feel good, makes you happier and more fulfilled. Do not let people say to do it because this is what society expects from you. No one wants to disappoint loved ones with their behavior but it is sometimes important to get out of your shell and explore your own life. Crack out of the cocoon and live your own life. You want to give yourself opportunities to see what you are made of. You want to bloom into a beautiful butterfly and explore the unknown. Some might come sooner than later to do so but as long as you take initiative, the world is out there waiting for your new discoveries. Nothing is ever to late. Just move forward.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD