Brain Rain : When does it Mentally Rain

— Brain Rain : When does it Mentally Rain —


brain-962650_640The brain rain, storms and drizzles, are compared to these stress periods that flood your life, and make you thirsty.

The brain rain is compared to the stress periods, but you need stress to feel alive. The stress nourishes your needs, and makes you prepare for the worst. It can also kill you slowly, if you worry about it.

The drizzle periods is where you meet your needs, and you go through the daily routines normally.

The storms are where they flood you with many tasks for you to do, and you barely keep up.

The sunny days are where you’re satisfied with your life, and proud, and think you deserve it as an undisputed right, but pride is a decaying force and destructive to the soul. Pride is healthy in small chunks, but an ego killer in big chunks.


I like the rain in all times of thirst, and not in dry times too. I like rain mostly, cause I’ve gotten so much nourishment from rain. It perfected my character, where I grew from the nourishment of rain.

Pouring rains treat you to the floods of stress, the moments of my life that I could do without, but ugh I don’t really know.

If I missed the signs of the storms, being so proud in my life. Pride is a blinder, that you decorate horses with to blind them from the crowds, and I always wanted to see the crowds, rather than the approaching storms. If you watch the crowds, then you see the wave of emotions that encapsulates crowds, they don’t go unnoticed.

The crowd mentalities are different from the individual mentality. They are like storms, that has an external force on the individuals. Where the majority is like the rapids of a river. The social engineering of the crowds is under the “council on public relations”, rather than propaganda.

“When I came back to the United States, I decided that if you could use propaganda for war, you could certainly use it for peace. And propaganda got to be a bad word because of the Germans using it. So what I did was to try to find some other words, so we found the words Council on Public Relations.”

I don’t want to follow that thought, it’s a manipulator, and takes away your freedoms, rather than guiding you to free will. If you inform the group mind, then you feed it the truth. It doesn’t manipulate, cause the truth makes you free. Being free, you can make up you own mind… rather than being manipulated.


Commercials is a major manipulator, and programming your mind to be a consumer… the repetition of the programming it’s over and over again, buy this, or buy that. It brings to mind something Goebbels said, or just misattributed to, that he said it.

“The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly – it must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over”


I‘m in that fragile state of mind where the storms of society bickering and bickering over what’s right or wrong, it takes a toll on the individual that just wants to live as normally as he can.

True freedom, rather than a false freedom. The illusions of freedom seems like a mirage, where you see a lake on the horizon, and your thirst drives you to it, but it disappears the closer you get.

That has been my life, I see the illusion of freedom, and the closer I get, the more elusive it gets. I know it exists, but getting everyone to agree about it, is impossible. Unless it becomes an absolute, where everyone agrees what it is, without question, but that is unrealistic in this world, where everyone wants a piece of the power. The diversities of understandings, is like forcing a puzzle piece into the wrong another piece for a distorted puzzle image.

It may satisfy you temporarily, and that you might finish the puzzle first, but it’s wrong, and you know it.

This brain rain has run out of water with the words tonight.