We Are All Genius
Unrecognized By Self
by ROSSI Speaks
Often I hear, “I’m not as smart as…” “Bunk!” It’s the comparison word ‘as’ that makes this incorrect! One could say I’m not smart ‘like’… that would be correct, as none of us are ‘alike’.
Each of us has ninety billion neurons in our body, only ten billion are in our brain. A neuron is a neurochemical computer. It has the ability to change size, shapes, and colors, transmit electrical energy, both positive and negative, with the ability to make logical decisions.
Ninety billion neurons and their collective microtubules each firing independently, triggering or triggered by five senses on a conscious, subconscious, and unconscious level. Acting, reacting, and making 1/0 choices on the input and feedback received since birth. Constantly evolving in the personal amoebic cosmos of which we are its center.
Imagine the infinite possibilities and patterns that WE are creating. Making individual human existence the ultimate collection of continually analyzed big data.
How could any of us be exactly alike and who is to say that “one” combination is the standard of intelligence?
I say, “We are all genius unrecognized by self.”
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