December 01, 2005


Patterns. Once you find an old pattern and settle into it, it's hard to get out again. Neural pathways. Unlimited routes in unlimited directions and 85% or 90% wasted space. Room to create a million new and different paths that don't lead to the same dead ends. But the brain is an organ of habit, an old dog without much concern for new tricks.

Posted by allison at December 1, 2005 01:58 PM

your brain is a muscle and like a muscle it will get used to repetition. you have to bend it and that is really hard to do the older we get. I can speak with some authority on this, having gone back to school and given my brain a nice workout.

Posted by: mark at December 1, 2005 04:44 PM

On "patterns"; many years ago, I said there was a common denominator to everything that exists in this universe and that it must be very simple. If one looks around your surroundings, you will notice that every object had a LINE that borders it. I think that the LINE is the main universal common denominator. The word LINE is spelled by a makeup of lines. This "comment" is made up of lines. We go from one place to another in a line;that line need not be straight;lines can have a curve such as a circle. So then you have what is called curvolinear. When one experiences any paranormal occurrence, that universe may not be linear at all. "Patterns" are made up of lines.
Just something to think about.

Posted by: kellsci at December 3, 2005 06:12 AM

Ok. But that has nothing to do with what I'm talking about!

Posted by: allison at December 4, 2005 08:28 PM
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