unfortunately nobody seems to know what monads are, or what monadic logic is. there are complicated answers, usually offered by those in higher realms of mathematics. i made this post not to explain in-depth about monads, nor explain the history of the term. this post is to simply tell you what a monad is in the simplest way possible.

monads - put simply - are *grand strategies*. if there is a collection of solutions of the same variety
that solve a common problem, the tool to call the solution is a *monad*. rather than use thirty different commands to debug
something, imagine calling a single monad! it's like a strategic macro for solving specific problems (or at least making them
a bit easier to approach).