The World Doth Thinks Too Much, Methinks
- The amygdala is responsible for the perception of emotions such as anger, fear, and sadness, as well as the controlling of aggression.
- The amygdala helps to store memories of events and emotions so that an individual may be able to recognize similar events in the future.
1. When we think about something we make problems in our minds.
We create problems in our minds that didn't exist before all the thinking started.
Don't think, just move with your life.
We have five seconds to act before our amygdala hijacks our thoughts and we become mentally paralyzed. 5-4-3-2-1-go
2. We think about it and then we think about it some more.
Our minds will always create more difficulties (that did not exist before) the more we think about something.
Thinking too much is the bane of our existence.
3. "How" is the domain of the Universe.
How something is going to happen is not our business.
Action is the language of life.
If you have to get up - get up. Don't think about how cold it is outside, just get up. Make a fire if you must but don't think about it.
4. Everyday is a beautiful day.
Why? No planning. The day just naturally unfolds.
I trust that life knows what is best for me to experience today and I honor that.
Live God's day, not your day. The day you planned is filled with too many unknowns.
Most of the people walking around prefer to have a good day over a God day so they try and plan for good days. (There is a better way)