Tuesday, April 3, 2007

I'm Protoplasmal Primordial Atomic Globule!

I can trace my ancestry back to a protoplasmal primordial atomic globule. Consequently, my family pride is something inconceivable. I can't help it. I was born sneering.

Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera, The Mikado, opened in London in 1885. The opera gave the producers the opportunity to satirize British politics and institutions by disguising them as Japanese. There's nothing funnier than holding a mirror up to the self and thinking we see someone else.

We want to be more than we think we are because we are more than we think. Our beliefs about the nature of consciousness hinder us from searching within for the protoplasm dripping from every cell. We are all part of the primordial atomic globule that exists within the creases of the mind. The self is inconceivable, yet we conceive it physically in order to emotionally feel the experiences we create.

This reality is a comic opera, and we are the directors and actors that make our production special. We don't have to believe that fact for it to be real. Real only exists because our script tells us to believe something is real. There are many scripts, and they are all real to those that perceive them.