Churning Butter

“As butter clogs the arteries, the thoughts clog the brain”

Thoughts are like churning butter

Slippery and insoluble

Incapable of being solved or


Just as confusing as deciphering

The difference between saturated

Unsaturated and trans fat

As butter clogs the arteries, the

Thoughts clog the brain

To try to understand them is in


When one thought starts churning

A state of unrest begins, agitating

With increasing speed

The centrifugal force moves away

From the center about which it


Collecting oily globules

That resist any understanding and

Undigestible by the natural mind in

It’s rightful state

Until it forms a mind of its own

Creating two minds at war with each


Why all this confusion that continues

On and on?

Until the thought is brought to mind

There is no one to blame

This is a process of its own, of which

I am powerless to explain!

“My thoughts,” says the Lord, “are not like yours, and my ways are different from yours” Isaiah 55:8

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