Think about it! Is it not amazing- absolutely incredible- how the human mind possesses the ability to assimilate a multitude of factors we consider 'reality' and fuse these myriads of bundles of abstract concepts with the 'unknown'; and then analyze their potential relationships, eventually producing a plethora of possible outcomes, ie., plausible scenarios of future events?
Possibly more dramatic are the surprising, unexpected experiences that we humans feel, see, or hear; ones that are so awesomely profound, which are bestowed on us as rare and wondrous gifts- boluses of startling realizations, if you will. These 'gifts' are wondrous and special. They are not showered upon us frequently and, in more cases than one may realize, and despite their dynamic significance, they may go unnoticed- never to be appreciated.
This blog entry is leading up to the sharing of such a 'gift'; a gift that this author himself, has not only recognizes, but appreciates as one such stupendous occurrence that only, evidently, a human brain is capable of materializing into rational thought and out of random chaos.
Without forethought, concentration or process of active deductive reasoning, I was recently struck with a miraculous compilation of blatant wisdom and acute understanding.
What, you ask, could be powerful enough to fulfill the criteria of the above categories of dynamic cognition?
It is this, and I quote my own brain:
"If money were free, we wouldn't need it!"