"The Inexplicable Perplexity of Vertical Pandemonium"
Raw enthusiasm amplified is flinging glints hither and thither, piercing the walls of pandemonium as easily as if they were the skin on a soap bubble. Rocky Waters rides the ripplets, as the waves of exuberance hyperbolize, spinning down the whirlpool of Infinite What; a terrifying passageway bound by choices: time, money, and liberation.
Although he shivers and his hair stands on end, he fears only incapacitation by loss of his passion, his oomph, his vivacity, his enthusiasm. He descends panic-stricken, still unaware that even the word enthusiasm emerged from en + theos (to be rapt in ecstasy, possessed by God,) and inspiration from in + spirit (inhaling spirit, under the influence of God). He plunges on.