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An exploratory listological dive into sociological and neurological connection and division. [Sep. 21st, 2017|03:03 pm]
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1) We probably had more meaning to one another when we were in smaller groups and when we were less abstract from one another.
We simply don't have the same connection that we have historically to one another because with more their is a dilution of understanding, connection.

2) There are a vast number of things we will not choose in life and it is not about your willfullness. You will be able to choose how you respond but not what is. There are long term things we can do to shift they way the people and the cosmos influence us. Though these things are often time large scale industrial ordeals. Engineering nature so it does not influence us in the way we would not like it to.

3) There is always a gradiation to vision perception and understanding. The lenses of perception can only take in what they understand though, and most others do not consider the external other their feelings and thoughts. The external other often times thinks in some ways that you are it and this could not be further from the truth.

4) Our minds can divide us even if our aim is to hit within the margins of understanding for another individual, For our interests and mental habitations may move us away from the interests and understandings of most of the other individuals you may be functioning within the group of people that you are sociologically connected with even if you are not connected with them intellectually.

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