Monday, January 01, 2007

Warhogday - my title for the decade

This is a comment I posted on yesterday's Huffington Post:

Cognitive secrets for the masses: When we use the same words over and over it signals that we are falling asleep. Labels are a lazy way of thinking. The imagination needs to be exercised or else it atrophies. The cerebral cortex is the most under used part of the brain in the skull.

Hints: Do something you have not done before. Take a different route home from work, write a poem, forgive your worst enemy, get a full night's sleep and exercise on a daily basis. These simple tasks will change 'your' world more in a week than a year of these circular arguements. Look at it as an experiment. Thanks.