Thinking and Dreaming: Humans are blessed with the ability to think and dream. Dreams are nothing but thoughts of the subconscious mind. Sometimes, we have sweet dreams other times we have nightmares. All in all, it is the imagination and beauty of the human brain that has given us the luxury to escape in the world of imagination. If a person can not be successful, rich, beautiful, or well-learned he always has the option to think that he is all those things and feel contentment for a short time.
Thinking and Dreaming
Thoughts are mischievous. Sometimes, random unimportant thoughts occupy our mind and take up too much storage space which could have been better utilized for something productive. Some thoughts, that arise from overthinking seldom destroy the peace of mind and cause bitterness in relationships. Romantic thoughts displace people from their path and take them on a massive number of detours from their route map.
The worst category of thoughts is that of “worry”. It can eat a person up from the inside just like a termite. Worries can be genuine and may arise from over-analysis. Both kinds of worrying lead to the same dark alley. The best type of thought generally emanates from the subconscious mind. The sweetest dreams which we cherish the most throughout the night are bliss to experience.
Then comes the important category of thoughts, those who have the habit to think before going to bed generate those thoughts under the covers. The most amusing fact to notice about thoughts is that the more important a thought is the more degraded will its place of origin be. For example, many people think of the maximum efficiency of the pot. Then come the shower thinkers. Another interesting thing about the important thoughts is that they act too pricey. Whenever I get a valuable thought that makes me feel proud of myself for coming up with something so brilliant. I usually forget its methodological implementation by the time it needs to be executed.
Thus regretting not writing down my thoughts and experiences.
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