It’s magic

The left side of the brain wants everything to be tested and measured. It wants certainties and definite proof. It also takes everything quite literally. The right side of our brain, however, is telling the left side to calm down, stop taking yourself so seriously.

The brain has a difficult time describing and coping with the impossible. So when we can’t explain something the best our brain can muster is “that was lucky” or “what a coincidence.”

Low probability? Perhaps. But there are some things in this world that we can’t explain.

It’s magic when the whole is greater than the sum of all its parts.

It’s how we defy the odds.

We should leave room for possibility, imagination, and wonder. We should hope for things that can’t be seen or explained.

There is always more to explore. As far as we have come in the last 200 years (even in the last 30) there is still more that we don’t know than what we do know. The beauty of living in a universe that is infinite in length means that it is infinite in possibility.

We should be constant seekers of truth. It’s a journey without an end.