it so ... and it is" is not just another
locker room banterhypothetical about life and
It's the defining ability we each have which, for the most part (if we
about it), has become obfuscated by all our concepts about what we're
made up of. So as an ability, it's been left largely unexercised.
Actually here's a better
of articulating that, since we really do exercise it all the
(we can't not exercise it): "So as an ability, it's
exercised all the
The dilemma we
is whether to
rehabilitate that ability and to exercise it to the max (that's the
or whether to perpetuate the way we wound up, and to allow it to remain
obfuscated. That's the
ie the status quo.
At first glance, it
like we may strive to surpass the status quo because we're
small. Given the reality of
it so ... and it is", it may instead be that what we're really
ie it may be that what we're really
we could become. That could account for
surpass the status quo earlier.