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“Chasing the unthinkable.”


Human beings all have limits to what we are able to accomplish in this life. Doesn’t matter if they are physical restrictions or internal restrictions. We all have something that hinders us from our ability to do the absolute thing we want to do. Meaning, if you are someone that wish you had more time to get things done, you could use more energy. The ability to work longer hours and less sleep grants you the ability to do what the majority are unable to do. So let’s observe what would happen if we had limitless tablets we could consume that would give us unlimited restrictions on limitation . This link will take you to various human limits: HUMAN LIMITS.


The following below are the various different limitless abilities that a human could have given the various limitations:


The human eyes have limitations to what we can see. You will surprised what you can see that is of great distances away. On top of my roof where I live in New York City on 140th street, I can see the top of a building in Times Square on 42nd street. But what about the ground level from which the eye can see. What if there was a pill for longer vision? On West 110th street in child, eye, eyelidManhattan is a straight shot all the way to West 14th street. What if the eye could see that far; meaning no vanishing point? Imagine the effects on the human mind being able to see things before they happened. Your world of sight could detect problems early before a lot of others see it. But that also means sometimes seeing  situations effect people negatively knowing you can do nothing but let it happen as well.


Let’s look at the ear for hearing. Imagine a pill you could take that would exponentially increase your hearing. That would mean that unlike the average human ear that picks up on high frequencies, but the deeper in the ear you go, the lower frequency detector makes the sound harder to pick up. Think about having the ability to hear the same as a dog. Have you ever wondered whyRelated image  a dog stands at attention when you are at home watching television. Their ability to hear is impeccable, but if humans had that ability, we might pick up on what we may not want to always hear. Such as people having a conversation about us or something private. Better yet, we could manipulate the world around us once we listen in on conversations, giving us an advantage over the world.


Imagine having the ability to be energized to get more done without feeling fatigue. For most people we work a certain period of time in a day, and then we crash. And that is why the 9-5 idea of working a job exist. Research was conducted in the past to say how long a person should work a job until they meet a time when they are no longer as productive in the day. Just think about Related imagetaking a pill accomplishing a lot more than anyone else in the day. There was a movie starring Bradley Cooper entitled, “Limitless.” It was a man who stumbles upon these limitless pills and he takes them to manipulate the world around him. And there was a moment in the movie when he wrote an entire novel in a day. That could give you major advantage my allowing you to put out more int the world of quality than the average writer. Limitless energy also gives parents effort to raise children and have time for themselves, as well as their significant others.


Having a pill that would give you so many unlimited abilities is good, but there is probably more downside. Because man always seek to have an advantage. And how long would it take before we start to use these pills unjustly. This is why the greatness about us is that we have strong skills, but also that we don’t have and know everything. Because once we know everything, then the interest in what used to be the unknown is gone, and life becomes futile.

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“You ever get the feeling you’re too old to be so young?”

Waking up at 5:00 am and going to the first of my two part time jobs. Then in the middle of the day when I’m not working I work on my novel. Unless I don’t work double shifts, then it’s all day in the computer lab. In addition to my novel I have my book of short stories, pre-production for my next short film, freelance photography in 2017, and finding a way to build my podcast show I want to start in 2017! So when I hear, man, when I get out of work, I’m going home to chill; it creeps me out. Or better yet, I’m about to go home and blaze up.

Blaze up! The world is passing every single second of the day and you’re getting high. What about doing more, don’t you want to do more? I have a theory about those type of people. When you’re in your 20’s, you don’t quite know what you want out of life. So you spend the entire decade hanging and partying with an occasional hook up. It’s a sign that you don’t have anything you’re passionate about in life. But I found my passion when I was only 23/24 years old. Am I special, no, I just hate waking up, work, home, eat, then sleep. Why don’t I connect with the average person my age? It’s more than just not having passion.

Another reason I don’t connect or anyone else in my position is because of how I look at the world. When you’re young you think you know everything. The whole world is myopic to you because you have not been anywhere yet. And I’m not talking about traveling. I’m talking about the hardships that come with life. You’re not jaded yet by the world because of the things you see around you. Now me, I am jaded, why because I think I know too much about my surroundings. It’s this weird unexplained awareness. Now you ask yourselves, aren’t you a 20 something. Aren’t you doing what makes you irritated about so many other 20’s. Not quite.

Other 20’s have conversations like for instance political stance that lack substance. For example, “I could never vote for Trump!” He’s just bad for the country and Hilary is right!” “I can’t see how anyone would vote for a man like that!” “I can’t even talk to a person who would vote for a man like him!” Now me, I look at life for starters never say never. I have disagreed politically at times with him, but wouldn’t all together rule a person out. You have to way your options before making a decision. If you’re a person that all you see is bad in someone and no good, you’re just as pitiful as them. No one has all bad traits. Also, saying how could someone vote for him, yet in the same breathe stating I can’t converse with a Trump supporter answers your question as to why someone would vote for him. You have to talk to the person who you see as your opposition. But it’s hard to do so when you only stick your points.

The same applies to social ways of looking at the world. My generation says you shouldn’t fat shame, but are quick to put each other in the friend zone if they are not the archetype that we call people out for doing. We say no bullying, until a random person walk in the room we don’t know. Then a conversation ensues around what they are wearing and how they looked wearing their attire. We scream racism, but the same hipsters who are anti-racist actively work to remove certain ethnic groups from the community in opposition of their culture. We say we see woman in Kaitlin Jenner, but a woman wouldn’t dare date a man whose been with a transgender woman. Men say our new president disrespects women, all the while we shoot the shit the same why.

And that’s why I say I see and know too much. It is not just the lack of plausible information we use to drive our points. But it’s the willingness to stick to those points and not bend. You would think age changes people from age range to age range, but from 18 – 30 years is not much of a quantum leap. From some of the clothes to the music selection. I don’t feel my age, which could mean I am maturing faster than people my age or missing out on experiencing life at my age. But I can’t help how I feel. Feelings are real; the cognitive disconnect to my age group is real. Sad thing is that a lot of people never change. They wonder through life, aimlessly searching. Trying to find their place in a world that is rapidly passing them by.