don't knock the m&b thing until you try it, but I will go with peanut butter instead if handy. This was at the same time entertaining and thought provoking. Plus, I liked the change of gears into the second half.
Gravity... no one understands it, only perhaps part of what it observably does to mass (us). It binds us and guides us (kind of like the "force"?).
If our spirit flies free of our mass, time and distance become moot. But then one has to accept there is such a thing, that we are something more than the obvious meat having electrical impulse driven autonomic responses with "brief moments" of seemingly cognizant irrationality. Perhaps the mind spins around the body?