if we begin a new universe with the ideas of good and truth, immediately we get love, where the two overlap. so love is straight away found at the centre of the universe, and will remain so, as it is the marriage of the two original ideas upon which everything else is based.
we quickly notice two hemispheres forming, one under the umbrella of truth, the other under the umbrella of good, though both hemispheres interestingly find themselves orbiting around the central idea of love. in the hemisphere of truth we find logic, rationality, analysis, in the hemisphere of good we find creativity, intuition, freedom
fortunately both hemispheres grow at comparable rates, and they interact with each other in a wide variety of ways. perfect reciprocals exist across hemispheres, (ie freedom and rationality, or other perfectly balanced reflections of the original ideas, good and truth). occasionally these ideas find each other. true love happens. when true, true love happens, we find that those partaking are honestly inseparable. this happens much more with simple ideas, as complex ideas contain many facets that must be integrated. true love becomes more and more rare, some see this as a problem, others see it as a learning opportunity. incredible complexities begin to emerge, galaxies consolidate themselves into single cells and learn how to self replicate through billions of years of trial and error. it is a great success.
later, collections of cells argue about rationality and freedom and origins of things - they suppose god reasoned it out and made it all this way because it is somehow perfect, or that an infinite random universe made all of this inevitable since all of this must happen as part of the process of everything happening, and somehow they fail to notice these conflicting points of view are all simply reflections of those two hemispheres of the universe, of the brain, that must be unified by the one and only central idea, which is love.