I found this compelling little essay linked on PreSurfer: 2+2. It’s about Pi and Phi and the universality of mathematics.
“I had a vision this morning,” the boy said to his father, “while throwing stones into a pond and watching the ripples. I saw another little boy on the furthest end of the Universe, on a planet so far away that if you’d shone a light in its direction on the second the Big Bang happened, the light still wouldn’t have reached it by now. And he was throwing stones into a pond just like me, and the circles were exactly the same.”
“They’re the same everywhere,” his father replied.