A wire carries can carry a certain load before the molecular bonds holding the material together are weighted down too much. Is it unreasonable, then, to imagine the tapestry of our lives, held together by invisible bonds, molecules of constitution. And is it not possible that our constitutional bonds carry a certain load?
What are we do to when we need a wire to carry more load? Faced with the upper bounds of physical laws, we need more wires to share the load. We share the load.