How many faces can you remember?
What about different places? Could you recall every single road you've walked and draw a map of them? And if you dream about it, will those roads be the same?
I don't know for sure how many places or faces a human mind can remember, but they must sure be thousands. Now what if I told you, that in a place very far away, beyond the furthest galaxies you can imagine, there are species with brains so large, that they can fit not thousands or millions, but billions of faces, and at least as many places in one memory or even into one single dream.
Wouldn't this be such a fantastic creature? And this curious fellow is not a gifted one among is kind as you might wonder. No. He is in fact as mediocre as our beloved Einstein was during his math class. Aquainted they are indeed. Although aquainted might not be the right word, as our Einstein was not familiar with this curious friend of ours, although the former knew him quite well. And this is the story of how he knew us all in fact:
...although he would not know why,
the faces in his head kept changing by,
from pinkish yellow to dark brown,
like they were randomly walking around.
One moment they build an empire,
and the next they bring it down.
What a rambling nonsense it may seem,
to see all this action with no mean.
So let's now be quiet and not make a sound,
while we keep wandering all around.
This friend of ours just let him be,
for if he awakes we cease to be.