That’s a loaded title. This tweet suite turned blog log is too, a manuscript, in evolution.
The maddening human limitation of being less than able
to do more than but a single thing at any given time makes (wo)man’s noble intention
of putting all into context is … as non-sequitur … logical.
That’s the God-given limited nature of our humanity. Notwithstanding multi-tasking,
at any given moment, we are capable of but a thought at a time;
one letter at a time; one word at a time; one action at a time. That notwithstanding,
and notwithstanding appearances, we may yet … act … in time.
One letter at a time; one word at a time; one action or omission to act, at a time. It’s maddening,
alright, both clinically, and colloquially. For while one is not clinically
mad if (s)he is just mad about any one of the seemingly infinite tribulations (terrible or trivial) in
life, being mad is just … part and parcel of … his or her … humanity.