Y’know the Dursleys? In Harry Potter?
Oh yeah, you guys don’t read Harry Potter. But you watch the movies, so you might know the Dursleys. These stiff and formal muggles can’t stand anything that falls outside their safe and predictable sphere. They’re afraid of the unknown.
I kinda like the unknown. I think it’s inspiring that’s there is so much that can not be explained. It gives me hope, because if human beings had all the answers and the world was still run the way it is… k, that would be scary.
Have you ever seen or experienced something that you couldn’t explain? Or, here’s one, do you ever detect a strange connection between yourself and all living things, all the future and all the past, like a veil is being lifted and letting you see with more than your eyes for a moment?
I’m thinking this out before breakfast, and it’s like walking through ink.
Paranormal is so often applied to describe science fiction, that the brain immediately heads toward alien encounters, but paranormal means ‘denoting events or phenoma that are beyond the scope of normal scientific understanding’.
This covers an infinite range of possibilities.
(I love that phrase… ‘an infinite range of possibilities’ )
In other words, “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”
That’s pretty exciting, really.