Getting cocky already?
That’s brilliance for you.
Over-confident, lazy, show-offy, indulgent, holier-than-thou…, the list goes on.
These are some of the things brilliance also leads to, apart from displays of itself.
Would you still have it?
The average being likes being spared the spade-work.
And you know what? I don’t even desire it in this form, with all these poisonous side-effects.
However, it’s acceptable to me in a different form, without the poison.
How does that work?
Hard work and discipline, people?
Heard of these?
These two have the side effect of – sparks of brilliance, without the poison.
Bell curve of human effort – imagine.
You’re working at it’s edge.
Miniscule parts of you stray over to its beyond.
Rest of you eventually asks – hey, where are those miniscule missing parts?
Back they come.
They’re bring back vibrations from beyond the bell-curve.
These vibrations diffuse into you.
Some of them get absorbed. The rest dissipate.
Those getting absorbed find thought patterns they can cling to. That is how they are absorbed.
This energy from outside of our three perceivable dimensions, now fused with nascent but constructive thought patterns – what does it do?
It brings these thought patterns to fruition and to their logical conclusion.
Such actions are perceived as sparks of brilliance by humanity.
Such actions change humanity for the better.
That’s the kind of brilliance to strive for – through hard work and discipline.