Like most of us, I occasionally suffer from troubling moments of clarity.
During those moments, I am quite liable to lose myself for a full minute or two thinking nothing but the obvious. Utterly conspicuous thoughts pop into my head such as, “E=mc²”, “Lirone is among the most beautiful people I’ve met on the net”, “Usha would make a great friend and neighbor”, “I might need to tie my shoelaces later on”, “Rambodoc’s authenticity is refreshing”, “The sky is blue”, “Meowlin is bright and witty”, “The mountains are large”.
Of course, I’m trying to be a bit funny about it, but it actually happens. So, this morning I’m wondering why do we have moments when all our thoughts are so plainly obvious? Why are there times when we can’t think of anything else but the obvious?
My best guess is there might be times when our brain, for whatever reasons of its own, simply falls into well worn tracks. Those worn tracks, of course, are most likely made concerning things that are obvious to us. What’s your guess?