It is my understanding that, except for a couple of local galaxies, everything in the universe is moving away from us as well as from each other (relationships between inhabitants of local galactic groups excepted). If my information is acurate, how is it that a large collection of randomly placed objects could possibly act in that way? Wouldn't some of them have to be moving toward us? I ask because the only way that makes sense to me is if all super massive objects/groups in the universe are actually motionless and the spacetime between them is expanding. Any motion at all from them would, in some direction, be read as a blue shift and just by the strength of numbers, some of those blue shifts would be pointing in our direction.