Religious philosophy distilled to digest form: We’re all born pea brains, then we slip.
And a fellow scrunched up his forehead: “But if I quit thinking about what everybody else thinks about, what’ll I have to think about?”
The collective intelligence of man: Just something else to worry about.
Transcendental quiz time:
Question: Why, historically, have those who seem to have understanding, eventually said that, “Living for others is the proper course.”
Answer: Because everyone still needs to have reached some extraordinary level as a hobby.
Yes, true, the mind has a thousand eyes,
to see a thousand sights,
but, life’s already seen ‘em all before.
The mind is the end of one of man’s nervous system, man is the end of one of life’s.
Color man: “The late arriver.”