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Did you ever stop to think, that it's not so much what you think, as it is how you think?

Any thoughts?

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My previous partner said that i spend too much time in my head. Is that what she meant? I do not know where else to spend my time. Ideas?

ToolGuy Level 7 Apr 20, 2019
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Absolutely!

gsiamne Level 7 Apr 19, 2019
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And on a serious note . . . I am not sure exactly what you are asking, but let me give it a shot. Two people might be thinking about the same issue, but because they have different personalties and different types of intelligence, their perceptions of the same point are also different?

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I haven't given it any thought.

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I'm thinking...I'm thinking...

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yes....

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Yes.

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I think you are over thinking.

Moravian Level 7 Apr 13, 2019
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I never stop to think.

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I think ? how you think determines what you will think. An open mind determines everything?

I think that, yes ?

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It's both. How you think gets you to what you think.

KKGator Level 9 Apr 12, 2019
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Don't over think it.

Novelty Level 8 Apr 12, 2019
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Not sure I understand your question. Please explain?

mzbehavin Level 8 Apr 12, 2019

Im trying to. Bear with me.

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well, that is what i taught my students. i told them i wasn't going to teach them what to think, but HOW to learn and HOW to think, which is sort of necessary to the learning process. i also used to ask them what they thought a writer's most important tool was. "a pencil," some would say. "paper!" the answer i finally gave them was "something to say."

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genessa Level 8 Apr 12, 2019

Yeah. Thats a lot of it. How to learn, how to think. Teach a man to fish, etc...

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Both are essential. Just for your information, I have a habit of coming down hard on false dichotomies.

irascible Level 8 Apr 12, 2019

Yes both are I agree. Just for your information, I don't think its false, or a dichotomy.

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Never think about it again

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