Does anyone reading this blog understand the equation below?

P(x) = a0 + a1xa2x2+⋯+ anxn

How about this ...

One more to consider ...

\langle\psi\mid A(t)\mid\psi\rangle=\langle\psi(t)\mid A\mid\psi(t)\rangle

I don't know what any of this means ... not a single letter of it ... but someone does.  Someone understands stuff like this perfectly.  The human mind can understand some pretty amazing stuff whether it has to do with complex mathematics, biochemical formulations, or quantum mechanics.  Really ... we are a very smart, very advanced race (as far as we know).

I think that's what makes Proverbs 3:5 so hard for us:

"Trust the Lord with all your heart and LEAN NOT ON YOUR OWN UNDERSTANDING."

I would rather lean on what I know, what I understand, than trust in something I don't get - but the truth of it is that the most complex and advanced knowledge that we have is foolishness in the mind of God.  In the end, the most difficult thing for us to do is the simplest thing to understand - trust God.

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