Simultaneity

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I love the art of language! From words to phrases to sentences, the six [at least] senses are touched, accented by the punctuations that help communicate the abstract signals and hues of the mind. In refining the art, a new kind of thought expression was mined.

Akin to discoveries within the atom, experts saw that we have more than declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory expressions. Therefore, INTERROBANGóboth a question mark and an exclamation point, shown in one symbol.

From words to phrases to sentences, sometimes what is communicated is both questioning and exclaiming [Where are rhetoricians when they are needed!?]. "Wonder" is a great word because it can be either or both those ideas.

This door of simultaneity is serendipitous. This to be a realm of mystery and awe and wonder. You will question some of what you read; some you will nod agreement. But, each will display a ray of light from a kindred soul. One can never look at all sides of a cube at the same time, and we keep on describing what we can not see. Everything is part of a lesson to the genuine student of knowledge and truth.

I hope you will find that these gifts of others will light, and lighten your journey. Let me know what you think!?
Don Robison

Woodenheadedness

Folly, as defined by historian Barbara Tuchman, is the pursuit of a policy contrary to your self-interest. Folly occurs when we seek power, ignore evidence, lack flexibility and are unable to reverse. She calls it "woodenheadedness."
It's a lot easier to get your way if you have more than one way. (Windows by Jennifer James, Ph.D.)

THE LEADEN-EYED

Let not young souls be smothered out before
They do quaint deeds and fully flaunt their pride.
It is the world's one crime its babes grow dull,
its poor are ox-like, limp and leaden-eyed.

Not that they starve, but starve so dreamlessly,
Not that they sow, but they seldom reap,
Not that they serve, but have no gods to serve,
Not that they die, but that they die like sheep.

from The Congo and Other Poems by Vachel Lindsay

On human growth and development

There is a missing link in ordinary known theories, even in those I have already mentioned... The truth lies in the fact that before acquiring any new faculties or powers which man does not know and does not possess now, he must acquire faculties and powers he also does not possess, but which he ascribes to himself; that is, he thinks he knows them and can use and control them. This is the missing link, and this is the most important point.

The Psychology of Man's Possible Evolution by P.D. Ouspensky

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