14. Mai 2015 von Sydney Polart ©
Normally, when people who consider themselves to be normal, are confronted with critical thinking, they get into a critical state, in which they have to decide between staying in the state of what they consider to be normal or starting with critical thinking. If they do begin with critical thinking, they start to use more than their usual suspects of some dozens of brain cells, more than they are used to. And regardless of their education level, the more they use their brain, the more parts of their brain awake, the more they realize themselves and the systemic interconnections in the world. The more they accept to be existent, the more tolerant they become, and more and more enriched their reality becomes, but of course at the cost of not being anymore, what they considered to be normal. So it is all about you, and what you in the light of all this are willing to do: it’s a question of, if you want to be bright or doomed to be dumb, and if you really can afford to stay what you consider to be normal?
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann
alias I.G. Fruhmann
Y 8:8; Y 7:14