Elementary: Study of the little grey cells

Some learn silence is a virtue, as for others it is a stringent fragment of the brain cell that navigates the path to a broader extent of one’s identity.

<Analysing: Behavioural damage>

We’re so busy in observing the complex mechanism of the human nature that we often neglect the other possibilities that might just be primitive; basic.

“I’m a nurturing person but sometimes I become a catastrophe. I fear I’ll destroy the things that are very dear to me.”

We all have survival instincts. We don’t want to rationally manifest the plausible arguments so we act impulsively that often ends on moral degradation or frustration. We gradually adapt a recurring behaviour that is subconsciously backed up by those emotions that we’ve installed in our mind since childhood. We don’t fit anywhere. We always search for compatibility, in any form. We’re just like a glitch in that matrix, where in the core there’s a dark grey matter that we tend to avoid but it somehow always leads to worse repurcussions, which of course, we regret later.

<Access: Emotional trauma>

“I’m imprudent and extremely antisocial. It’s not startling for me when people often assume that I’m egocentric.”

What stimulates our feelings to act upon our thoughts and give it a stream?

We believe that our brain is a programmed intelligence that needs accuracy of precise information that we store through our external stimulus. These memories that we create are the threads of those data that we collect from our own trustworthy sources or hearing brash rumors on specific topics. And that’s how we develop a cognitive image by doing self assessment of a person’s character based on the collection of these records stored in our memory database.

Now information can be tampered with false judgment set in a child at an early age or influences setting up the character like inferiority complexes, rigid ideologies or working under peer pressure.

Facts change with time and so do people.

<Archive: Feelings>

“I see people having existential crisis, anxiety problems and dysfunctional routine. Many of them are exceptionally brilliant in their domain but lack the right medium to communicate with others of their kind.”

You cannot convince the ignorant but what about the one who’s sensible to everything yet lacks approachable feelings?

We differ from the mainstream.

We’re like the pendulum of the clock oscillating back and forth, following the same routine everyday. We want to use every second of this timeline inventing, creating and exploring. We’ve studied numerous hypothesis on how to live a pragmatic life, have sustained the legacy of our ancestors and cultivating the quantum of knowledge from it, day by day bringing forward multiple theorems to formulate new potential forces. But now what? Our thirst for supremacy will not stop here. After all, we’re desperate beings in dire need for recognition in this society.

If we rely more on artificial support and keep eliminating the basic principles of life. Very soon, we’ll become our own greatest failure.

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  1. As a writer, studying those “little grey cells” has been a lifelong passion. Although I don’t consider myself a people person, I still wonder how and why humans function. The human brain continues to surprise and amaze – and even anger – us. We never know what lurks amidst those lightning-rod synapses. But I will never stop trying to find out.

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  2. आप कहो क्या मस्त कहो
    कहते क्या है उसे यहां
    चंद बोले उसे हैं ज्ञान
    कहते आत्म ज्ञान उसे यहां।।

    लगता हो गया आपको आज है
    परिभाषित आत्मज्ञान हुआ यहां
    कब कैसे क्यो किसने बनाया
    विश्लेषण बाकी हैं करना यहां।।

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