Today I'm in a mood where I seriously won't go along with anything, and will be willing to debate everything. I've been ruminating on everything that messes up the workings of human minds. There's a quote I heard somewhere, by some famous guy or other, that went something like, "There is no limit to the mind of man." Of all the stupid quotes in the world, this is one of those I disagree with most. Every mind has a limit, and not being able to acknowledge that is a limit in itself. I expressed this opinion to my mother, and she made me promise not to do anything 'unhealthy' to escape from my thoughts. Sheesh. But there are limits. We can't imagine them because of the limits. This'd be the entire point. It's like if you lived your whole life in 2-d, you wouldn't even be capable of imagining anything 3-d. Every mind has a limit, and people should accept that. A person who's been blind from birth can't fully think of seeing something. If there's no exposure, there can't be thoughts of it. Even with exposure, there are simply some things that can't be thought of by humans, whether we like it or not. To deny that would just be showing more limitation. There's nothing wrong with it, it's just the way it is. Nobody could think of everything. They'd go insane. If only humans weren't so proud and could admit it. Does anybody agree with me, or did I psychobabble you into silence?