If you watched the big game yesterday, you are quite aware of the excitement that fills the city of New Orleans.  Even as I type this blog out on Monday morning, I am sure the French Quarter is still full of celebration and joy.  As promised last week, I would devote this week's blog to a dominant thought focusing on that game.  Actually, I think yesterday's game can be summed up in one word: improbable.

The Biology of Perception

Perception and understanding in a rational sense are conditioned by experience and teachings. Nothing is as it is perceived and everything is more complex than it appears. All events are connected with individual perceptions in a literal sense, and each person’s decisions or reactions influence the nature of the events on some level. All play a part in creating the whole. There is no separation. There are only levels of perception and awareness of connection.