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Thanks for sharing cathylynn... but what about the grown up adults?
That's great Rochelle, but how do we assess the impacts that starving has on our intellectual development?
The brain needs food. If one is constantly hungry then he is unable to thing at his maximum capacity therefore his intelligence maybe compromise. Fasting is really not the same as hunger fasting is self impose, hunger maybe because of circumstance
Juliet, basically you believe that hunger has some connection with wisdom, what's the logic behind it whatever may be the magnitude of hunger?
But to that extent starving need to be understood in the right perspective.
Buddha was born as a prince. Basically a guy with platinum/gold/silver spoon. He must have had the most nutritious of food as a child.
I did a hub on Buddhism. Gautama Buddha wisely gave up such austerity and chose the Middle Way for his religion
Thanks Yoleen, but how is that possible? Do you have any scientific evidence?
My evidence is not scientific but personal. As a young adult I had some money, but I blew it without saving a dime. Then I fell into poverty. Realizing I could live like this the rest of my life if I didn't do something, I educated myself and saved
Some of the above interpretations & inferences are a bit confused.Wisdom informs us how to deal with every situation, including hunger. A wise hungry man knows better how to self compose & interact with external environment then a hungry igno