A circle can mean many things; the cycle of life and death, a symbol for totality and wholeness, perfection, an inclusive group of people.

For Zerothreetwo, The Circle represents timelessness.

Wouldn’t you want to be remembered? Despite the barrage of uncertainty in everyday life, wouldn’t you want to exist long after we all pass, to have striven forward doing something you love, to have continued on because not to do so would be unbearable, and to have carved out a place for yourself in the world?

Longevity and timelessness seem to be worthy goals.

That’s something worth striving for.

How to achieve timelessness?

Before we answer that question, it’s important to know The Second Law.

The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that in an isolated system (one that is not taking in energy), entropy never decreases. 




If you walk away from a sand castle, it won’t be there tomorrow, because as the wind, waves, seagulls, and small children push the grains of sand around, they’re more likely to arrange them into one of the vast number of configurations that don’t look like a castle than into the tiny few that do.


The Second Law of Thermodynamics is acknowledged in everyday life, in sayings such as “Ashes to ashes,” “Things fall apart,” “Rust never sleeps,” “Shit happens,” You can’t unscramble an egg,” “What can go wrong will go wrong,” and (from the Texas lawmaker Sam Rayburn), “Any jackass can kick down a barn, but it takes a carpenter to build one.”




Why the awe for the Second Law? The Second Law defines the ultimate purpose of life, mind, and human striving: to deploy energy and information to fight back the tide of entropy and carve out refuges of beneficial order. An underappreciation of the inherent tendency toward disorder, and a failure to appreciate the precious niches of order we carve out, are a major source of human folly.


By Steven Pinker on Edge.org

Entropy is interpreted as the degree of disorder or randomness in the system.

If staying put and not striving can lead to rust and ultimately disintegration, then there is only one natural response against entropy. It is to inject forward moving energy. To do something. To push forward. To try as hard as we can. To work.

We need to do something worth remembering. In our relationships, our work, our legacy, we need to put the time in. There is no need for big gestures. Being deeply and fondly remembered by a few is much more valuable than being vaguely remembered by many.

We may falter. We may even fail. It will not always work, but that’s why we keep pushing, keep striving, keep forging forward. It’s better than staying still.

Staying still is the sure way to be lost in the randomness and disorder. Staying still is giving up and allowing the world to wash over, succumbing to entropy.

The Circle Collection represents our aim towards timelessness through sheer force of will.

We won’t stop and neither should you.

Join us in striving forward and continuing on.

You can be the first to order at The Assembly Online.

Pre-order period ends on April 13, 2017. 

You can pre-order the items from this collection at a discounted price. Soon after pre-order period ends, we will be delivering your orders. Then price reverts to regular price.

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