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Have you tried to push the limits of your mind?

What do you think while you are eating something? Only the taste, or to finish it to turn back to what else you are doing… Have you ever thought that it might take more 30 years just to digest one meal, if there were no enzymes in your stomach :)
What do you think when you look at the mirror? Only to make your hair, brush your teeth, look nice? You see trillions of cells working in harmony “in the mirror”. These cells decide, act, defend, communicate and live for you. You don’t need to command them what to do, they already know it before you do…
Wide and deep thinking is a miraculous instrument for intelligence. And life can be better when you think about it.
That was such a video that breaks the routine in the mind…


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  • Dec 8 2012: What you are really speaking of is belief. If I believe anything is possible, therefore, then there is no limit and anything is possible.
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      Dec 15 2012: Established belief systems are an effective trick to survive. A belief can give motivation and enough drive to go for it when wanting to realize it, but fact is, that sooner or later the best belief will be worn out and will let one be left in an empty space with the chance and need to confront oneself. That could be the best opportunity to look behind the scam in that one was trapped and start to see the world and oneself in a different light...
      • Dec 17 2012: Edison believed in his invention - the incandescent bulb. The fruits of his belief were'nt realized until after over 1000 attempts , or , you could say failures. Belief - the catalyst for today to reach the possibilities of tomorrow. It is always helpful to have fellow believers who have the same vision. The impossiblilties of today become the possibilities of tomorrow hinging on that one little word. All things are possible to him that believes.

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