adjlkd;ada;jdlkj and so what do you think is in your mind?
And then there was silence. As the man sat down in his seat, confusion was sensed throughout the room. No one understood him as he looked at himself in disappointment. The professor didn’t know what to say. Dead silence of confusion.
“But that’s how the mind works right?” as a bright young woman asks him the question. “The mind can sometimes be consisted of dead silence and confusion.”
“Why yes. The mind is set to have many things at once that most of us can’t control. Bad memories or nightmares, day dreams, possibilities of the future. Things of that nature. That’s why the mind can be a big confusing space of dead silence.”
As she was impressed, they seen eye to eye with each other and started to talk and get to know each other more.
Wondering why I put this scene in here? One, it’s made up, but it relates to me a lot. The mind can be confusing, but can be set straight. It’s a path of growing. Knowing what to do, feel, think or believe. Those are part of the mind. Some make dumb decisions because of confusion and some, honestly, make good decisions because of confusion. Strange right?
But what they say is true. A mind is a terrible thing to waste.
What’s in my mind? Just me thinking about something special. Hope you enjoyed my post. Have a good night.