When you see a politician, or a cloud, how does (or will or should) your brain mechanics work?

The Chicago Tribune article titled, Brain Science offers insight into what you see in clouds, reported how new scientific study to reveal how our brains process the information.

In other words, how you relate to seeing faces when you look at clouds.

For example.

“The thing we tend to think most about researchers say, is other people, which is why we are particularly suited to seeing faces in clouds.”

The Purpose of This Post

Is to convey this new scientific information to both clouds and politicians you see to relate ancient wisdom into your perceptions to remember when you enter the next election voting booth.

King Solomon

 Clouds and wind and no rain, a man who boasts about a non-existent gift. (Proverb 25:14)

There are men or women (politicians) that pose as benefactors, promise magnificent gifts, but their undertakings bear no relation to their resources. Their words are empty, same as deceptive clouds and wind that produce no rain. I believed Hiram to be a man of iron, not a man of straw with empty words and no resources. 

What’s My Point?

Amazingly, it is the same revelation was made 3000 years ago by King Solomon which adds to the validity of his most recognized phrase, “there is nothing new under the sun.”

After reading the article, you will now know when you see an image of a politician what King Solomon saw and discerned about a person’s character.

For example, when you voted for him or her in the last election, did he or she actually accomplish what they promised by doing what they promised you. Did they find a way to compromise or did they wind up do the same as empty clouds and wind that deceptively promise rain but produced nothing during their term in office?

In My Opinion

Amazingly, it is the same revelation was made 3000 years ago by King Solomon which adds to the validity of his most recognized proverb, “there is nothing new under the sun.”

If only we would teach the ancient wisdom observations and advices of wise men in the past, perhaps we would save a lot of wasted time in obtain positive results by politicians we select to represent us, rather than keep election the same “empty suits” over, and over, and over again.

If Interested

Read the article in the Source Link below.

You Decide

When will we voters wise up and discern before we vote if what politicians promise bears no relation to their resources,”or the resources available to our Nation because of empty suit promises made by past politicians?

For example, our present National Debt is 23 trillion which requires government to pay up to one half trillion dollars of interest every year to debt holders.  Would the interest payments perhaps be better f spent on all the political promises such as health, welfare, intrastate instead of interest.

If we discern that, “In fact, the top one percent alone holds more wealth than the middle class. They owned 29 percent—or over $25 trillion—of household wealth in 2016, while the middle class owned just $18 trillion.”[I compared to the present and growing 23 trillion of National Debt, the politicians will have to take away like Socialist did, all their wealth, in addition to the middle class wealth  to fund new empty suit promises we read or listen to in the news.

Yes indeed, will USA voters ever wise up, or will they continue to repeat the same folly as every new generation as recorded in history in spite of the advice of ancient wise men advice?

For example, bankruptcy, war, reign failures, Nations divided, etc. etc. etc.

Will you perhaps this post help you remember this Zen ancient saying as depicted in the above feature image of similar walls in a voting booth as you see a name and relate him or her to the clouds.

“The only Zen you’ll find on mountain tops (voters booths) is the Zen you bring up there with you.”

Regards and goodwill blogging.

Source Links

Chicago Tribune – Brain Science


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