The Last Worst Thing (A Story About Quantum Physics and Hope)

When you have trouble, is it the “Last Worst Thing”?

The last worst thing is something Lisa says when she’s trying to encourage people that whatever they’re going through, it can still get better.

In this episode, we’re going to look at how quantum physics can help us see a different way of looking at our lives. Because something can be the last worst thing, and still end up being redeemable for good in your life.

Look: you don’t have to be a German physicist to get through life.

You don’t even have to have a box with a cat that’s both dead and alive at the same time.

Life is uncertain. You can observe that in the real world, and you will.

But it takes a quantum view to really see what’s happening down deep. And it’s beautiful, and terrifying, and hard to understand but it explains everything.

Losing my son was awful and horrifying and never stops hurting. But my work that was birthed from that pain has saved lives.

And your pain can be redeemed too. Your life still has meaning and purpose despite painful circumstances. Because of superposition, because it doesn’t just spin one way, it can be more than one thing at the same time. Thank God, or it would be unbearable.

Start learning to see the physics of your own life, friend. That’s where you’ll find the hope you need.

That’s how you’ll be able to start today.

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