Family and friends have noted on occasion that I have a tendency to overthink things.
Mr. Logo has the ability to just shrug and say, "I guess that's just the way it is."
I want to know why, and how, and does it always happen that way? If not, what causes the alteration. Is the noted difference actually causational or just correlational?
We've been married almost 17 years and these days, especially if we are discussing things of a theoretical or spiritual nature, he tends to recognize the point at which it's unlikely that an unequivocal answer is going to be forthcoming and will look at me and say,
"FM, baby, it's just FM."
FM is something he learned in an electrical engineering class. When you are discussing the properties of the natural world there comes a point when there is no longer a why; it's just the way it is.
Why do neutrons do that?
They just do.
Mr. Logo's instructor then introduced the bottom line explanation to all these matters.
"It's fucking magic, ok!?"
So whenever we have reached the point in a conversation when he feels there is no more why that needs to be discussed he invokes the ultimate answer.
Sometimes, there is no more why,
it's just FM, baby.