posted on Sep, 3 2017 @ 07:06 AM
I have few complaints physically, mentally or emotional to dwell upon,so I wandered to ponder, as I frequently do, on the state of humanity.
Instantly, is given a humorous interpretation of that condition: “Humans, with their brains, are as a child with a new toy.”
That led to wondering just why do we have such a fabulous toy? If we look around at the animal world, we see creatures that are of a unified
structure, body and actuating system, complex and simple, that allow them to continually exist in a naturally given state with few untapped
capabilities in those neurons to allow them to ever escape those biological prisons. In all cases, their brain power is suitable for the basic
design, of course, but lack the greater potential to flourish beyond their current state of interacting with, or even dreaming of something else.
Why do we have this further ability when as pure animals, even if humanoid with opposing thumbs, etc., we need not be so endowed? Was it merely whims
of nature that gave us so much more than what is necessary for our existence or were we tinkered with, over endowed with so much more potential? And
why do we fail it?
Well, who knows? My second cup is done, streaks are appearing in the east and I have to hit the bathroom.