The Forgetful Mind


This paper is heavily involved in defining and describing the actual mechanics that trigger endorphins and generate conscience. When you intentionally engage an understanding of conscience, which you will, endorphins will appear and you will forget what you were reading. When you receive a dose of endorphins forcing you to go back three times to re-read a single sentence your natural inclination will be to put the paper down and label it as boring. It is these very same mechanics that have maintained this processes discretion since the advent of society. I have to admit that this paper is hard going. I doubt even a skilled writer could change this. The true mechanics that by necessity are our very nature are not experienced as particularly dramatic, as this would undermine the integrity of the human organism. To understand these mechanics however will empower us and help us to effectively heal social ills.

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