Rhinos are regularly informed that We are Color Blind. Wellllllllllllll, maybe. We see all right, or at least our vision works for Us to the extent that it needs to.
For Us, Color is a cumulative sensation of Presence, combining scent, texture, hearing, taste AND sight. Color doesn’t reduce itself to any one source of sensation.
Rhino Receptors are fine tuned, whatever the source. Or, more accurately, sources.
There is nothing wrong with a Monday that a changed Point of View won’t adjust.
Topsy Turvy is just as good as Right Side Up, and has the additional virtue of Surprise.
Your Inner Rhino says, “Set aside Convention.”
Rhinos are fine at wading, wallowing, and dipping ourselves in Water. A fine time for one and all. Hooray and Tee Hee.
But Rhinos are keenly sensitive to our own limitations, and merriment on the High Seas is one such limitation. A lesson learned by our ancestors, and kept alive in lore and legend. Sloshing to and fro, lurching and reeling at Neptune’s Whim.
We get Queasy. Which is a nice way of saying, “No, thank you.”
It often takes a while to learn that each unexpected Item a Rhino may encounter does not demand an Insightful Evaluation from that Rhino.
Most of the time, our energies are better spent casing the fields for a radish, or whatever. A case of Minding Our Own Business.
With time, We may even get over ourselves.
When selecting Attitudes from the Great Daily Menu, even Rhinos sometimes invest our energies in Boredom. It is as if We had become unplugged; a Big Disconnect.
Unlike other modalities, Boredom can be Habit Forming.
Beware, beware. That’s what We say.
Rhino days are demanding, and nights too. Complex schedules, schemes and plans, dietary considerations… it can play havoc with one’s nerves.
Fortunately, Rhinos have Natural systems for keeping our Equilibrium (whatever that is) Equilibriated.
Rhinos can just shift from one mental state to another at will; We just set the dial to “Frivolity”, and start to cha-cha. See? All better, now.
Rhino Recall is a pretty random system. We remember this or that from Yesterday, and a Something or Two from the day before perhaps, but that’s about it. Today is generally demanding enough.
So, a week from now, We will have misplaced Today. In a week, how much difference will Today make? Mostly, not much.
Sort of comforting, yes?