Surveying the literature and realm of the childish mind, one young lad one day paused to ponder: “Are all our dreams of superheroes but reflections of the future potential of everyday man himself?” And after a bit more rumination, returned with, “And is this also the basis of history making past everyday men larger-than-life, heroic figures?” He then turned himself to pursuing this whole subject as regards how, more specifically, his own thinking dreamed of him.
As when any particular physical exercise begins to hurt, you alter the way you’re doing it, so too, when your mental activity is not bothering you, alter it to do so.
Just released statistics reveal that:
“Well over 90% of all mystics who persevere in their efforts past middle age do so on their yet held belief that something most spooky and mysterious still lies ahead.” And a man, upon hearing this, pondered it for a moment, then said, “I was tempted to comment that if this be correct then it would account for certain temporal anomalies visible in the lives of those who pressed on with motivation other than the one noted…but, I guess, to what end?”
According to a certain tale, there are intellectually active beings on one world whose conscious sense of self is not confined to their head….And a nearby star nudged itself in the ribs and said, “Did you hear that?”
First guy says, “It sure is disheartening to be ordinary!”
Second guy says, “Yeah, but not half as much as being ordinary and accepting it.”