There's the tail on what happens in the tail end of the world. It was recounted by the most precious friend of someone we'll never know. It is a talmudic tale telling [[that->next]]nothing will happen when the world ends. The world will be exactly just the same. No towers will fall. No masses of alien invaders or locusts will plague humanity. No hill will turn into a primordial volcano. Nowhere on the surface of the earth will the crust crack [[open->small differences]]Nothing will happen at a macro level. But the whole universe will change. Everything will shift ever so slightly. Temperatures will subrepticely waver. Lights will imperceptibly flicker. The grounds crevasses and pits will get unnoticeably deeper.
But then you might remark: "well that's no end to the world! Why would you call such a non-event [[the end of everything->because]]?"Because, precisely, nothing will change.
Or, to be even more precise, because change itself won't change.
Instead, what will really change from the way things usually change is that for the first time, every sentient being in the world will be able to fully take in and realize the way change changes them. The smallest ameoba will be aware of how change changes everything in the universe.
Because, precisely, everything will [[change->divinity]].What will finally make the world end is the completion of a trillion years old project. A project characterized by countless explosions and implosions of various kinds. Such outbursts were accompanied by the slowest processes of sedimentation, dissolution, disaggregation.
And ever since the experiment started, the slow processes and the fast end-states never quite matched up. As if reality was always seeing double.
But they kept getting closer to each other in any case. Every higher authority that ever existed to find out about this process knew that it could never be stopped. Until it stopped by itself.
[[And once stopped...->reveal]]Once stopped, the universe will take a break to finally take a look at itself.
Now ''this'' is the end of the world.
It is also the day every sentient entity that ever was and is in the universe realizes how they're part of ''this'' universe. How they all are god.