It also symbolizes something great or the end of an increment of great development
Omega denoted as Ω (in uppercase) and ω (in lowercase) is the last (and 24th) letter of the Greek alphabet. https://mythologian.net/omega-symbol-sign-meaning/
It also symbolizes something great or the end of an increment of great development, where this increment could be the universe, the planet, a country or even an individual.
The use of Omega within the context of Christian belief can be seen in the Book of Revelation. There, it forms a part of ‘Alpha and Omega’ representing an appellation of Ieosus. This phrase is derived from a quote from the book to present God as the Alpha and Omega, meaning he is the beginning and the end of all things. The Omega symbol, within this context, represents eternity and means God and Ieosus are eternal beings.
“From Kev, This quote is from the author linked above – what is missing? You of course! Furthermore, it has been written by modern translators that the statement Son of God was mis-translated from it’s true meaning “Son of Man” This puts Ieosus in the position of Child of Man bring a great perspective and knowledge he had brought forth from the Ages. He was born a Man, a Man with a purpose.
The Dinner Party
One thing at a time gets addressed and solved and resolved.
A great gathering of loving people having a lovingly prepared and super fun meal and intimacy together. Starts from nothing. Then an idea or vision / creative visualization of the scenarios to be encountered and how they might evolve and come out ultimately, in your mind, from seemingly nowhere. You make the plans, write down the details. And the order. Without order, it all falls apart.
One thing at a time gets addressed and solved and resolved. The clock is ticking but so the compass is set.[12:52 PM]Your orders for foods and extras are in and the order of what to get done gets refined everyday.
The day comes, everyone arrives happy and laughing, the table is set. We share all we have become since last time. We make the sharing part of who we become. Even Uncle Jack getting drunk and cussing seemed OK. And Mom’s stepsister carrying on about ridiculousness.
… people are real and care about each other.
The gathering was great. Being together, to gather was great. We became more from it. We will remember the parts we know in our heart – the love and the sharing – and the things that are provable, people are real and care about each other.
At some point, everyone goes home and then shares themselves (their new and improved since the gathering self) with the people around them and their home.
As far as the big meal gathering up above, it started as nothing and returned to nothing – with everything in it. Nothing unlearned. Nothing lost. Everything gained.