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This is written for a Prompt organized by Writer's Island. I hope you enjoy it.
An inception involves planting a unique idea that triggers a series of events. When you push the first tile in a lined-up deck of dominoes, the second tile topples over, and then the third, fourth, fifth, and so on, up until the twenty-eighth tile, causing a chain-reaction that will not be stopped unless by an external interruption. This domino effect begins by the inception of the first tile. It's like a ripple effect started by a human finger dipped into a small pool of water. Also like sowing a seed with the intention of harvesting a specific fruit.
The whole earth was triggered by an inception. God looked and saw the utterly chaotic state of voidness, and He visualized the idea of the intrusion of light to rule over the chaos and darkness. His vision triggered the inception. He could see it before He created it, so He spoke it into existence. If you can visualize it, you can plant an inception. It's no wonder why in the movie, Cobb (Leonardo Di Caprio) required an architect, the young lady Ariadne (Ellen Page) to visualize the architecture of the dream before he could go into the dream to plant an inception.
The only thing we tend to forget about inceptions is that there is the danger of incubating the wrong idea. An inception is a double-edged virtuoso which can either yield good or bad results. When miscalculated, erroneous, counter-factual, and obverse ideas are visualized, they yield negative results. Hardly can a man reverse or remove such inceptions from his mind, so it's better not to incubate these negative ideas in the first place.
Therefore, we need to understand that a powerful inception is a double-edged sword. On one end, it can save a life, but on the other end, it can kill. So be careful about your inceptions-- your visions, dreams, ideas, and seeds-- for they can either make you or break you.
Did I say that I really loved the movie 'Inception'? Great movie.