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The Mind the Final Frontier Critical Thinking July 7 2003 Abstract The brain is like an extensive intricate sponge through nuclei within its path absorbing every crumb within its path to be used at some latter-date neurons hold information of ones own free- will and embrace that which is precious and dear to them Thinking is comparable to the world for all practical purposes with its advanced freeways and accommodations to inspire the evolution of existence As intricate as each persons berth with its unique style and decor with the vast storage of viable elements encompassed like a museum waiting to show the world what is on display Just use the appropriate key or sensation to unlock the beauty of the mammoth unknown awaiting with a view to be challenged and Conquered in less than the blink of an eye The Mind the Final Frontier Where does the inception start nor does it ever end Some thoroughfares are still under construction and anecdotes that for whatever purpose are not enunciated or finished We have seen countless movies into mind even those secret government agencies are looking for programs to get inside our environment We can fly around the world and equivalently build an electrifying atmosphere around us even send an individual into space and walk on the moon But to explore the depths of the brain mind we have not even begun to scratch the surface However the soul that functions within society requires the need for human contact and social acceptance by interacting this gives us the mind body and spirit a sense of self worth Its the mind interaction that dramatizes us physically as well as intellectual stimulus on regular basis which permits the achievement of everyday tasks placed at hand As for withdrawal and antisocial behavior this may have more of an impact than derived on the developmentexpansion of the mind Negativity if applied or accepted is one factor
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