You don't understand what gravity is or how it is distributed.<quoted text>
The problem for me is not with gravity at all, but with your magical poetry. I never know what you're talking about.
Gravity is not a distributed mass. It is a force. Even if it were a mass, "thus, relative strengths" is meaningless. You seem to be saying that because gravity is mass, therefore strengths are relative. What in hell are you talking about?
I kind of gave up after that.
You can think of the total gravitation force of the universe as circuits of relative resistance, the conductance being determined by the amount of mass and proximity of those masses to each other, or you can think of all of the masses adding up the other way to come up with the total force for the universe.
If you go strolling past Betelgeuse, you will have greater gravity force exerted on you than strolling past our sun for the same distance away. Therefore the strengths are relative. You will also have different values of those strengths pulling on you from different directions.
That was my third or fourth attempt to put it real plain, but which would not work anyhow because you view gravity as a thing, and not part of a process. However, it did help kick something into gear in my head. So you aren't totally useless.