Panel # 3. Why are the bridge panels randomly numbered?Are you an atheist?No, I just don’t see a pattern.So you are an agnosticI see a patternThen you believe, my sonI see a different patternYour pattern is wrongYour pattern is incorrectBoth of your sequences are mistakenThis is the true patternBlow up the bridgeSo the bridge panels are randomly numbered so we slow down and look more closely at the bridgeWe will not be looking more closely at the bridgeWe will be looking for a numberWalk up and down the bridge looking for the next number you would like to get to next by viewing the video in the preceding panel, not numerically, but as directed by the videoAnd the numbers will establish their own pattern of familiarityYou will create the patternYou are the creator of your worldviewYou are an existentialistGifted by GodAren’t we all?SO ANYWAYRandom numbers leave us not believing what comes next, but anticipating the next revelation. What a marvelous perspective: the next now, regardless of familiarity and consistency, is not expected but instead arrives as a revelation Aha! There it is, you see? The next numberLet’s goAnd soAnd in that anticipation of the next revelatory now is the delight of Christmas eve,Or maybe Jazz What’s sounds random begins to make sense with open- minded concentrationMeaning listen Up and
down back and forth back and forth back andHuh?JazzAhBut the numbers are my cluesIn jazz, the notes are my musedig it.
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LuxuriativeStart thinking about and typing out, "Why do I believe what I believe? whether it be a religious, social, political, love or even prejudiced belief, offer a "for instance" and expound on thatand as you write out your thoughts, what song might be expressing many of those same sentiments, and explain why that particular song (or genre) came to mind, and fade into playing that songPlease speak EnglishFind a song ya love and tell me what it means to yaSo now that we do not know what number is coming next, we do not have to jump to number three. Now I know why I go up to the kid who's not writing and say hey, why arent ya wrting?I don't have a pencilI think, what kind of a person just sits there for forty-five minutes thinking whatever or nothing instead of just asking for a pencil. And it's for a grade! Now I get itI am not expected to go to panel three, I am free to choose.So I say we get off the bridge completely and click on that This I Believe website
You might want to create your own Luxuriative in there, on that website. It's okay, go, go find the stories you want to hear, respond how they show ya, and come on back with something you can put on the bridge while you took that sideroad
This is why I loved Heminway so much when I was young.
He kept it simple
He took me deep in a way that didnt hit me till years after I read the stuff
That's why I love an authentically told storyAuthentic! What are you talking about? Hemingway chopped his work up like you weeding the garden,there ain't no authenticity in that, that's cultivation.Do you see how far this person drifts off-topic?LuxuriativegeezPlease to panel # 5 to reach the This I Believe connection
and we'll get back to our tale of building the bridge somewhere over there
common core standards
Click here to get back on the bridge!