More frequently these days my brain flits from one subject to another so fast I can barely keep up. What’s up with that? I can be thinking about dusting the living room, when suddenly my brain wants to go to Hawaii. Or maybe I’m deep thinking on the subject of balance and my brain switches to ignorance. That is not to say that I become ignorant, but that I consider the possibility that I really know nothing about anything. I guess that is the definition of ignorance, though, isn’t it. So where am I going with this? Looking for cohorts, I guess.
I do begin to feel like there’s a storm forming in my cranium sometimes. And add someone else talking to the mix, and I am whirling, honest. So I wonder, is this because I have learned so much that my brain isn’t sure which thing to pick? Or could it be the beginning of some weird disease? Or is it that I have a lot of interests? Or do I need a shrink?
Maybe it’s the human condition. No, I don’t think so. I didn’t do this until this stage of my life. Wait, what about those times when three kids were all clamoring for my attention at the same time? Yeah, I had forgotten that. Or what about the days I had to study for tests in three classes on the same day. Yeah, there was that. Or what about the images that played in my mind when I waited for Christmas as a child. Holy smoke, I’ve always been like this! How about you?
2 thoughts on “Brain Tornado”
I thank the Lord for the slightest breeze that stirs in my brain. 😊
Dave Parks http://www.ElijahScenes.com @ElijahScenes 251-504-4229 QQ1323610539
On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 1:08 PM Jane Carlile Baker wrote:
> Jane Carlile Baker posted: “More frequently these days my brain flits from > one subject to another so fast I can barely keep up. What’s up with that? > I can be thinking about dusting the living room, when suddenly my brain > wants to go to Hawaii. Or maybe I’m deep thinking on the subj” >
Dave, I think you must be thankful just about all the time based on what I’ve read of Elijah.