Love

Let me tell you how much I have come to love you since I began to live. Please try to follow for the sake of this explanation, and allow me to posit a black hole as an analogy, such that I could choose an arbitrary dimensionless constant $k$, where $k=\frac{G E}{R_s c^4}$ . The $G$ and $c$ in this expression are Newton’s gravity constant and the speed of light respectively. $E$ is the mass-energy of the black hole corresponding to the depth of my emotion, and $R_s$ is the classical schwarzchild radius which corresponds to the gulf between my sorrow and my joy. $k$ is proportional to the bipolar friction I feel in looking at the world and wishing I can help it. It is hotter than the temperatures produced by the mass-inflation instability. If black holes could exist past the planck scale – and I am informed by reliable sources that they do not – they would not burn as bright as my hope, and my suffering.

I am writing these words because I have no mouth and I must talk with you.