On a subatomic level, our bodies are .001% matter and 99.999% space. The same goes for the universe – It’s composed of .001% matter and 99.999% space.
Does that mean we are more not-here than here?
Neuroscientists say that our unconscious outweighs the conscious ten million to one. So not only do our bodies barely exist, but our own minds are scarcely known to us.
I just read How to think like Leonardo da Vinci in two days. My mind is a little over-whelmed at the moment. I wish Leonardo was my grandfather. We could skip rocks over lakes while having profound meaningful conversations, we can take tango lessons together, eat oreo’s…
All I want to do lately is read.
I watched Shutter Island last night while making a montage of all the places I want to visit.
Shutter Island is a great movie even though I knew the ending from the very beginning. Was it obvious to everyone? Or am I just profoundly brilliant?
I know, I know, I’m profoundly brilliant.