Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Day 312/366

It fascinates me how fast our mind works. It is able to process thoughts, edit them into coherent sentences and give us the ability to speak them in the way they are intended to be spoken. It makes it even more interesting when I'm trying to write down a thought. Like this post, for example. There's no thinking that I'm actually processing. Or not one that I can actually figure out because after I'm done writing it, I've forgotten what I just wrote. This actually feels like a high of some sort now that I've thought about it.

I can write about chocolate ice cream that I cannot have because I have a fever. And now, when I try to think about what I write but I consciously look at only the text being typed now, I seem to have forgotten my previous imagery. Oh yes, chocolate ice cream. Or perhaps the Corner House Hot Chocolate Fudge.

How does it all work, I ask? And when will it wither away? Will it, at all? If yes, can I prevent it?


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