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Where Do Our Thoughts Come From ?

Updated on February 4, 2016

Much More Than We Have Learned

Think of all your years of school

Then add in every day that you have lived

All the experiences that have happened to you

Then all the things you have heard

The endless people that you have met

Take the good and the bad and mix it all up

Throw in every emotion you have ever felt

Forgetting what you think is no longer important

Adding in millions of dreams

Recording what is happening right now

Then add all the new thoughts that you create

Take a guess and see if your right ?

Then take another guess and let me know

Where do your thoughts go ?


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      DREAM ON 2 years ago

      Jodah My thoughts flow with rythem. The beats of music are always different. I have always loved thinking. The best way for me to enjoy my ideas. I write them down so I can explain them in great detail. If I just think then tomorrow my thoughts change and I may lose all the things I love. Thank you for reading and thinking.

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      DREAM ON 2 years ago

      annart I understand everything you say. Your rambling is how my brain works. Don't stop. Please continue. We have so many things to be thankful for. Why do we have to wait for a reason to tell people how we think ? Why we think ? Just think away and share it with everyone. Thanks for reading and sharing.

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      John Hansen 2 years ago from Queensland Australia

      A masterful write Dream On. You really get one "thinking." Sorry for the pun :) My thought used to be like bubbles if I didn't act on them immediately they would just seem to float up into the air before bursting and disappearing. When I started writing, I realised that I could capture them and write them down so that I had them forever. So glad I became a writer and now I can share them. As you do.

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      Ann Carr 2 years ago from SW England

      Where indeed? Where do they come from, then where do they go?

      There is so much going on in all our minds, that it's amazing we manage to physically do anything! But it's great that we can think and think positively about all those wonderful things we've done, people we know, things we see all around us. Thank goodness we can think at all!

      I'm rambling.... !

      Great thoughts from you, as always.

      Ann

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      DREAM ON 2 years ago

      Michael-Milec Having been blessed to enjoy so much beauty. One can only imagine how life will unfold. Like a flower that goes from a bud to a full bloom. I am more thrilled every day. Thank you for taking your time and sharing your kindness. Have a wonderful day.

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      Michael-Milec 2 years ago

      You have touched here the unlimited potential of human soul, DREAM ON.

      We find Gift of infinite in our finite treasure of thoughts and thinking. If willing, we would never run out of supply and ''saved" thoughts and inspirations. The more we give away, the more room is open for fresh and new.

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      DREAM ON 2 years ago

      Nell Rose I hope your filing cabinets are more organized than mine. My thoughts are expanding and hopefully the good out number the bad a thousand to one. Thank you for reading and caring.What a wonderful world where all our thoughts can be heard and shared.

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      Nell Rose 2 years ago from England

      This is great, and so darn true! where do they go? I imagine them all lined up in little filing cabinets in our mind! lol! great thoughts as always, nell

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