Tuesday, 25 June 2013


     "Thought generally refers to any mental or intellectual activity involving an individual's subjective conciousness. It can refer either to the act of thinking or the resulting ideas or arangements of ideas. Thinking  allows beings to make sense of or model the World in different ways, and to represent or interpret it in ways that are significant to them, or which accord with their needs, attachments, objectives, plans, commitments, ends and desires."
     Wikipedia has covered it, huh?
      I've been asking myself why one makes one conclusion and another one makes a different one as a result of the same action. The answer is a very logical one- because each of us has his own way of viewing things.
     Let's take a simple example- a cat trying to catch a little bird. One feels sorry for the bird, another one is attracted by the process of haunting, the third one is amazed by the graceful moves of the cat, the fourth one feels the need to save the bird and so on... One simple action can fetch a scope of different feelings from one  person to another one.
     It is so nice when you share the angle from which you see the World with someone! Do you know the feeling when you see something and it triggers some unusual reaction and the one next to you says he feels the same in the second when you open your mouth in order to tell it? In these moments you feel like you're not alone in the World.

     What about the situation when you think about something and it makes you realize things that you didn't want to realize. You damn the moment when you started to think of the matter involved.
     The way each of us thinks is one of the most personal belongings of ours and no matter how much one wants to change someone's way of thinking, you can't influence the synapses of anyone's mind, well, only if you've got some spare Watts in your hands to use.

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