You have to keep looking at the edges to see where the center is shifting to.For instance, Microsoft, the client-server software guys of the mid-90s, ignored where the www was heading to, and paid for it, by playing catch-up for a while.
An associated question, at least for me, is: Does the Universe have an edge? And, if it does, what the heck is beyond that?
There's the scientific answer, of course, but I don't find that very satisfying:
There is so much matter in the universe that space is bent back on itself! It's sort of like how you can bend a wire until its ends touch, you come up with a circle. You can walk around a circle forever without coming to an edge.PY answered it for me emotionally when I read the following a couple of days back:
Divine Consciousness was described by my Guru Yogananda as "centre everywhere, circumference nowhere". This, surely, is what Jesus meant also when he said, “Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you” (Luke 17:21). “Within what?” one may ask. We can begin with the most literal explanation. God, resting at the centre of everything, dwells therefore at the heart of every atom. In human beings, He knows us from "inside out". He knows every flicker of our thoughts and feelings, for in a true sense He is that every thought and feeling. Time and space, in Divine Consciousness, are illusory. So also is God’s Creation itself.Voilà!