The simple have it easy--when they don't know what to think, they simply ask somebody.
In a herd we're born and physically run, but on your own two legs only is it possible to fly.
Only life can put the brakes on life, while an individual man's mind can on him.
One man discovered a dam in his yard--this in spite of the fact that most of his neighbors still weren't even aware that they had a river in theirs.
The more conscious are more interested in the universal nature of lthan they are in the personal incidents of their own life--which might be why they so seldom seem to think of making mention thereof.
Time to face it: Anything people are talking about is not worth thinking about.