Edgar Allan Poe
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mystical. It is the source of all true art and science.” – Albert Einstein
I agree with Einstein because the mystical has its own color and methods. It can even sticks to your hands without your permission; for instance, I often speculate about how the vibes of humans stick to my fingers and chest. Some vibes are sticky and warm; others are more scattered; some are light and playful; and other vibes carry a speech of some sort. Not only it can change you into an eloquent human capable of extrasensory perception, but it can also impart deep sleep; for instance, I usually overcome obstacles after praying “Rabbai Zidni Ilimman”, which means “God! Grant me more insight”. Yet there are portions of the mystical that we humans must close off to in order to proceed well within our dimension. If you listen deeply enough, you will realize that both the dark and light carry mystical elements and those who attempt to understand these elements are never fully understood; for instance, staring at the sky and stars is normal for me because it somehow preserves a part of me but not many would attempt to think about using this means to open the Horus. People either abuse these startling individuals or they choose to respect them, but this is a norm that has existed among the humans for eons; it is part of the humans’ bipta (what ails one).
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