grok.01 - the great indefinableGROK-V NOTES: This word was invented by Robert Heinlein in 'Stranger in a StrangeLand' to denote an experience alien to the human condition. As such,it is largely undefined--indeed, most of the story is devoted to ahuman learning what 'grokking' is all about. In later usage, 'grok'has been shifted to mean 'to understand (fully)' which, while takingthe same argument structure (except not the intransitive), loses muchof the magic of the original. (from grok.01-v)
MikeARG0remained in trance ; there was
grokkedrelthis was true , but grokked that
there was more to itARG1.
Now that he knew himself to be self ,
heARG0was free to
ever closer to his brothersARGM-MNR, merge without let .