1. When a person"s worldly problems involving time or money, not to be confused with emotional/spiritual issues, reach a point where the brain can no longer function without intense consternation and worry.
1. "I am not making enough money, and I am going to run out soon, my brain-is-on-fire."
2. "Ernest can't be reached right now, he is having business troubles, his brain-is-on-fire."
3. "We need to have this finished by week's end, however, it will take much longer, our brains-are-on-fire."