A different way of looking at things

Take a good look at your surroundings

Caution: This blog may contain information that may blow your mind.


My name is Matthew Brown and this is my first blog input ever. Never have I been compelled to do a blog, but since I have a chance to try something new, I thought why not.

This blog is going to be a more of an intellectual look into humanity. By this I mean looking at things that we dismiss such as ufos, bigfoot, ghosts, etc. Thus, my first blog title will be about humanity.

Before I go any further, this is not going to be a boring blog. As often as I can, I will interlock things that happen to my life. Now I won’t get weirdly personal like telling you things like my home life or where I live because then it would be more like a confession. So without further ado, let me start our first blog discussion.

As homo sapiens, we tend to live life like a simple cardboard puzzle. Note: Humans to me means something with a heart, soul or mind, so when I am referring to us, I will use our species name.) We see things as a simple-this piece goes here and this piece goes there-type of situation.

What would happen if we were to add pieces that did not match the puzzle, but belonged to tons of different puzzles? This is what humanity is, something simple that can be complicated by something totally out of our norm. And this goes with all things.

For example, when Homo sapiens see a bear, our first instinct is to defend because we feel scared. The bear’s first instinct is defense because it too is scared. The same goes for any other type of living creature.

So before you think that you shouldn’t continue reading my blog, consider this-I am trying to make sense of the world around us. I am trying to get you to think differently like a commercial on the television persuading you to buy something. If you don’t believe in the weird, then so be it. It is not my place to change your mind, but it is my place to inform you what is actually happening outside the technology, world we live in.

So I hope that you liked my first blog input and if you did like it, please come back every week to read more.

Also as a bit of bonus, I would like you to just sit down near something living and watch what it does. No, I do not mean another homo sapien, but like a bird or an ant, just something simple and capable. By taking in the world around you, you will see living things up close, instead of looking at their pixels.