Saturday, February 20, 2010

Oh That the Humans

(Pre-Script: This post has the potential of increasing your brainpower up to 58% when read as the song, "Not Your Average Girl," #13 on the playlist, plays in the background. Go down to the playlist, click on that song, then come back and resume reading. I'll wait...) (...still waiting...)

Oh, that the humans would start utilizing the brains in their heads, and start to think, and formulate ideas, and create, and analyze, and speculate, and imagine, and never assume anything except that they can never even begin to assume every angle of the thing, which is the opposite of what they do now, which is to assume they do know every angle of the thing, and all of the angles look like the one angle that they can actually see.
Oh that the humans would instead assume that there is another angle that they cannot even begin to conceptualize on their own, then ask God to reveal it to them, or at least the outline of it, or at least a plan of action for how to get to where they can begin to see it, and then begin to understand it.
And oh that the humans would continue to think, even when someone else says something, continue to think their own thoughts and not just adapt to some sort of group think that says that after the first person states an opinion, the rest shut off their brains and just go along with it.
Oh that the humans would realize that there is more to experience than what they have yet experienced, even if what they have experienced or accomplished seems very great to themselves, even if they have lived a lot of years and felt a lot of feelings and thought a lot of thoughts and been a lot of places.
And Oh that the humans would realize that if they haven't experienced or accomplished or been anywhere but where they have been, there is a more-ness and a fullness and a depth in that, too.
A to the Men, let's eat.


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