G b v L . 0.0.1a

Short story part 1 of 3 Essay On Heart-Mind Apparatus: G-d, blood, vehicle, Love

Falling in love is said to be something that most of us humans want to experience. We are curious about the world around us and the mysteries said to unveil under these rare, refined and outstanding circumstances.

Like most humans, I have been focussed on increasing the energetic release that may be able to occur during a love-orgasm. Humans seem to function in such a way as to be able to feel attracted to other humans. This grows gradually over approximately 2-3 years of being together with a mutually-loving life partner.

To experience optimal feeling, circumstances need to be such that a feeling sparks in multiple entities in mutually-mirror tuned heart-minds. For example, consenting adults draft an agreement that they shall initiate a life-partnership. This is a huge investment. It seems to work for some if the Other/s appear as though a match of the critters was made in heaven – such that unveiling, coming apart together is transmuted into a cosmic event.

“This writing is not up to my standard.” I hear you think and respond by:

A ripple in an ocean spark of life unsealed.

“Hurry! Hurry!”

“No, not like this…”

"Under the present brutal and primitive conditions on this planet, every person you meet should be regarded as one of the walking wounded. We have never seen a man or woman not slightly deranged by either anxiety or grief. We have never seen a totally sane human being." Robert Anton Wilson
“Under the present brutal and primitive conditions on this planet, every person you meet should be regarded as one of the walking wounded. We have never seen a man or woman not slightly deranged by either anxiety or grief. We have never seen a totally sane human being.” Robert Anton Wilson

And so it begins, like a beautiful flower garden unfolding into a shape of a brain forest tapestry.

I am now in a room with various other creatures, most of which are one of us great apes, a few are moths and there is being a kitten. The mammals are cute and I like the moths but the humans are loud.

“I am enjoying this! I like the music because it has a beat!” yells a human, bouncing to a party standard aural splashing as it ripples throughout the nearby territory.

“Yes. This is great and sounds optimal for now.” I reply, smile, and make 50% eye contact to display some connection and a hint of warmth.

“Party!” the human shakes and dances while walking away, happy.

This went well because the subject did not peck or attack. These mammals are large, unpredictable and can be dangerous. I have been informed that “they are more scared of you than you are of them” but this is not useful for me right now because it can actually increase the probability of aggression. Let’s rewind a bit and see what would happen if I answered slightly differently.

“This sound is bothering me and I wish I were elsewhere.” I reply, smile delayed, and make 50% eye contact but forget to move my eyes.

“You are staring and this makes me feel uncomfortable.” the human replies and puffs up. “Who are you to tell me what to do anyway?” it continues aggressively. “I am being offended and how dare you. You are not knowing how to participate in the party activities and therefore are not fun in my view.”

“You are also being boring me.”

The human gasps with t(‘I’/’me’)-error and collapses due to air-shock. The music stops and all eyes are now facing our general direction. Whispering noises echo through the room. “How dare you!” the replying mutters.

Suddenly, all the humans encircle me as I look around. Their faces painted with facial features available for viewing. They start stomping because it is what these critters like to do to make “beats” as they like to call them.

“Do you have no sense of rhythm?” a tall female draws towards me, lead by dark wasp-like eyes.

“It seems that I may not have this at the moment.”

All the surrounding creatures began to contract and contort while muttering “not one of us…”

As you see, this is what might happen when you are not grooving directly with the human connection valves. Okay enough with this. Erase all these thoughts! Let’s begin this story again.

“I am enjoying this! I like the music because it has a beat!” yells a human, bouncing to a party standard aural splashing as it ripples throughout the nearby territory.

“Yes. This is great and sounds optimal for now.” I reply, smile, and make 50% eye contact to display some connection and a hint of warmth.

“Party!” the human shakes and dances while walking away, enjoying em-body-ment.

I enjoy mammals, they are often cute and interesting. I like fractals and thinking.

To be continued…

this page is incomplete- draft #4 notes & paragraphs

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