to transform the human fabric in the aftermath … of such radical … action?
That is to say, what profoundly transformative vectors might hopefully transpire if only we were
resolute enough to explore the possibility inherent … in such a … game-changer?
What if we dared … to all laugh at once? That we might easily realize such a mind-boggling
proposition in juxtaposition with ongoing Spacelab missions is just … on a cake … icing.
A recent documentary provided a tantalizing clue. In it, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, the renowned physician
made the following … astonishing … declaration:
Paraphrasing now, he declared that, in effect, the body can’t tell fake laughter from laughter, genuine.
Either, and/or both, spur of … serotonin … production.
For might not then, a wave of humanity wave to Spacelab crews to test a time-honored proposition:
That laughter … ever is … the best medicine.
In lieu of resolutions why not opt then, for a more common sense option; a more alchemical
prescription … for the solution of everything … global.
The dynamic empowered by laughter, whether independent or concurrent … is serotonin-like.
Hormonal release of serotonin; a key to happiness; for release of orbiting and orbitals alike.
And if, accordingly, what’s good for the goose really is, what’s good as well, for the gander, then
when a crew aloft and a crew below, wave, to one another … a bond attaches … then.
Ought we not, like Newton too, stand upon the shoulders of giants as we peer further than men
commonly do. Ought we not too, see further? Stand upon the gigantic shoulders … of His men.
And if we peered further, would we not clearly see that it is of collective action that juggernauts are
built, whether metaphysically, as here, or, as with NASA, more physically, time-warp driven … are.
For everything we’ve learned about operant conditioning evidences that were such an activity ever
undertaken, energy therefrom might rightly mine … the richest vein … ever.
For, if because we consciously will it to be, something amazingly larger it becomes, wouldn’t we then
more rightly give thanks … for our God-given … acumen?
By Miguel Vera from Puerto RicoMiguel Vera