To say that the present moment is a dot, is not to make a bold statement. Everything is dots, itty-bitty dots.
Your molecules are dots made of dots made of smaller dots. Which are made of even smaller dots. The electromagnetic field each dot has, holds it to the other dots around it.
All these fields hold all these dots in a holding pattern, layer upon layer upon layer, making nerves and organs and tissues and bones and blood and brain matter…
And that’s just in your body.
The same thing is happening in layer of air that just surrounds your skin. That layer of air is made of the same dots your body is, and they’re held together in a holding pattern by electromagnetic fields. Those fields touch your fields and the fields of the next microscopic layer of air, which touches the next microscopic layer of air, and so on. The fields all touch, air, buildings, kayaks, motorcycles and mastodons; all these fields in contact right up into outer space. And the all-encompassing electromagnetic field of the planet itself, touching and holding all those other fields, presses right on into outer space.
There are fewer dots when you get to outer space.
So much so that it is widely assumed that space is a vacuum. It’s not, really. It’s just not densely populated with dots.
What it does have in pretty thick amounts is electromagnetic fields. The energy from the Earth touches the massive wave of energy and radiation blasted out by the Sun, which touches all the other planets in the solar system, which goes on to touch the galaxy, which goes on to touch the Universe.
Which you are touching. Which you are part of.
Because the present moment is a dot.
And that dot is everything there is.
You are not alone.