There was a girl with a strange condition. Her head brain, her heart brain and her gut brain all told her mind different stories all the time. To make matters more complicated, Her mind was full of antiquated filters and warped feedback loops which contorted and embellished the stories before they got to her memory, which was where she collected and tried to organize the stories into some sad semblance of knowledge. Her blessing and curse was that she was inexplicably aware of all of this. Somehow, she knew that she didn't even know what she didn't know. This was a curious awareness which was always there, sometimes in the background and sometimes it was more in front of everything. It seemed to come form a different source altogether and had a way of slinking past all the loops and filters like a sneaky ghost cat. It always resided in her memory as clear as a bell: "None of this is real". Sometimes this awareness would whoosh around so loud in her that she would have to stop what she was doing immediately and sit down. One day, it didn't stop. It kept growing and growing inward until she became as big as the universe. There were now more stories inside her than ever, every story that ever was, to be exact- ultra realistic, outlandish, unspoken, epic, colorful, contradictory, metaphorical, seductive, in-your-face, subtle as a wisp, beautiful, unjust, victorious, tragic, hilarious- anything you can imagine. And then the very unexpected happened... They all started dancing around together, getting all mixed up until you couldn't tell one from another. Then they'd come apart and you could see all the colors and lines again, and then back together, then apart. There was room for every story now to come and go as it wished and because of this they were all content to endlessly dovetail into one another and collide and overlap, creating deeper and ever more poignant stories. Taken in all at once, the whole organism was revealed. All at once, what was impossibly irreconcilable became unutterably perfect and complete. It all made absolute sense. The girl was never heard from again.