In the beginning, there was a star - a solitary point of light. it looked inward and saw itself as it was, creating two identical stars. From these two, more were reflected, until the multiverse was covered in millions of stars.
Each star was the equal of every other star, until one star, experiencing the first-ever pang of desire, exercised its will to come together with a neighboring star. Others, seeing the first star's bliss, moved toward each other as well, until huge clusters of stars started to form objects in the void. The points of light massed together into increasingly solid objects, until true creation as we understand it -earth, air, sky, water- began.