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I like my brain.
Sometimes I even take it out from under its
dust cover and use it.
And that’s what my brain likes about me.
I don’t over use it.
Or overwork it.
Or risk wearing it out.
My brain demands the same of me.
That’s why we’re mutually compatible.
My brain has accepted me for who I am
and doesn’t waste a lot of time trying
to change me.
Or improve me.
My brain is smart.
Me and my brain are like two best friends
from different sides of the track
who have never met.
Only there’s always a train running on that
track, so there’s very little chance we’ll ever
But we’re best friends just the same.
That’s how friendship works.
Sometime me and my brain go for long walks
on the beach.
We stare up at the stars.
We are like pen pals.
The other day a thought occurred to me,
but my brain quickly shut it down.
Like a roommate who prevents you from making
balloon animals out of dynamite after an all-night
My brain cares.
Right now I have my brain out
and we are enjoying watching a “lava lamp” together.
The lava flips like a giant florescent sea slug
that lives on the bottom of the ocean
making both me and my brain feel small.
It is moments like this that I am most content.
You’re sitting there at the table with your brain
with a bowl of soup.
Infinitely happy that God has made it just for you,
this thing called life.