The Most We Can Remember: 1 Million GigabytesIf you have reached that, you're done, there is nothing more you can remember. Sorry!
The Smartest We Can Get: IQ of 198If you have reached that rating, you are done, pal. You ain't gettin' any smarter. Give it up!
The Most Colors Our Eyes Can See: 1 MillionAn incredibly limiting amount of colors, I'm sure. Is chartreuse in that list?
Highest We Can Climb Without Extra Oxygen: 29,029 FeetSo, tomorrow, on your walk, if you get higher than that, get ye an oxygen tank.
Oldest We Can Live: 122 YearsA fact I love, because it means I have not reached middle age yet.
Most reading this know that New Thought philosophy talks a lot about humankind being unlimited; that there are infinite possibilities in the Universe and each and everyone of us has access to those infinite possibilities. But the facts prove, you are limited …
So, do you live thinking and believing that life is for you or against you? Do you immerse yourself in the “facts' and attitudes brought to you by the news, gossip, others touting lack or limitation, what you have been taught by the environments of your upbringing or at work? Does every experience – good, bad, or indifferent – remind you of the struggle … the pain … the stress … the shoulda/woulda/coulda's?
‘Panpsychism’ — the belief that consciousness is everywhere. This consciousness is even being codified and measured. This is a Truth the Buddhists have talked about for thousands of years.
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine which nearly 200 years ago, Thomas Jefferson envisioned as an institution “based on the illimitable freedom of the human mind,” have determined that the brain is directly connected to the immune system by vessels previously thought not to exist. In the mid to late 1800's, Phineas Quimby was saying and writing about the same thing, using it in his healing practice.
Stephen King wrote a novel that has become a mini-series. In the last episode, he wrote a poem, not found in the book, that epitomizes one of the characters', a high school principal, life lessons and beliefs. Not every line is part of what I believe, but the essence of this, is a fabulous reminder of our who, what, and why.
Let us turn our faces toward the light.
Let us endure hardship to be grateful for plenty.
We have been given pain to be astounded by joy.
We have been given life to deny death.
We did not ask for this room or this music.
But because we are here, let us dance.