So here is the deal, this feeling I got durring my manic episode was like nothing I have ever felt. I felt powerful, unstoppable and on top of the world. I also felt something else that I had never felt in my life...G-d. I really felt his presence and saw his influence on the world which usually went unnoticed. I think that durring a manic episode, our brain activity is heightened and the energey of our thoughts and perceptions are elevated. I personally don't think it was some psychotic delusion. What do the doctors know, they've never felt what I have felt, or felt what I have felt. Al I'm saying is that this manic phase is not necessarily a defect but maybe a step in the next evolutionary phase of man...and we're the darwinistic guinee pigs. haha anyways tell me what you think about my ramblings.
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