Thoughts on Thinking

"When somebody persuades me that I am wrong, I change my mind. What do you do?" John Maynard Keynes

"If you're unhappy with your life, change your thinking." Charles Fillmore

"The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation but your thoughts about it." Eckhart Tolle

"People are not disturbed by things, but by the view they take of them." Epictetus

"The unexamined life is not worth living." Socrates

"Consciousness is a terrible thing to waste." PunditGeorge

Monday, June 01, 2009

Tihs mnthos atirlce... mroe tahn it apapres. Wehehtr you are raednig tihs olnine or pinretd pgae, you mnagae to flolow the folw of wrods taht cotnian iedas and touhhgts from the atuohr. Gartend, the wiretr is flul of micsihef tihs mnoth and cnoisedered a uasul culomn fliled wyih wnodreufl tohguths and osbreavitons. Isnetad, you get tihs usunsaul msisivie in a froiegn tnouge, wichh in fcat is no lnauggae at all.

As lnog as the frist and lsat lteter of ecah wrod is crorcet in Egnilsh, yuor mnid wlil usnracbmle the letrtes ibntewen and mkae snese. Taht is uinlke slepl-cechk wichh kepes “crreotcnig” the selplnig to cnfroom to its dcitnraoiy. The atuohr wnats the wrod caeretd one way and the mcihane ahotner. Hwoveer, wtih psresticne, the dsriede snetcene wlil apapre - taht of the atuohr.

Prhepas we see, and eprexnecie, waht we ecxept. If so, tehn mybae our tuohtgs atelr our precitpnoes utinl the bairn cnotsctrus the ieda/eprexnecie we damend (epxcet.)

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