Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Disintegration

The mind is a terrible thing to lose.

12 comments:

Siegfried said...

How can you lose your mind?

Sophia said...

You can just simply forget where you left it. Sort of like losing your keys.

Siegfried said...

I have no idea. I'm a beginner. Not an expert.

Sophia said...

It's best to tie a string around your finger so you won't forget it. Or maybe, tie a string around your finger so you won't forget her.

Siegfried said...

I'm getting too old for this.

Sophia said...

"And their great passion is to heal the conflicts that trouble individuals..." This sounds like you, doesn't it. It is you. According to Keirsey.

I think it's true. No one can lose their mind with a Healer as friend or lover.

Siegfried said...

I don't really know. It's a never ending story. I guess.

Sophia said...

For a long time there have been things she wanted to tell you, but she can't, not here, and she has no other way to reach you.

Siegfried said...

Maybe someday. I have to see her now.

Sophia said...

If she is part of you, you can see her now, you are with her.

Cookiemouse said...

Siegfried, being a beginner is much better than being an expert. Sophia the mind is a process, and as such it cannot be lost or found. As they say on the London Underground, mind the gap.

Sophia said...

Hi Cookie,

What is the mind a process of? Does this process take place inside the body or outside the body?

When I think, it feels as though it's coming from my head. Try it. Where do you think those thoughts are happening. It doesn't seem like my thoughts are happening in my toes.

I wouldn't argue if someone told me the brain is a gateway. But when the brain dies, is the gateway closed forever?

I don't want to be just a flash of neurons. For that matter, I don't want to die.

Hope you're having a happy day. I almost wished you Happy 4th of July but then I stopped myself when I remembered your not in my country. :) It doesn't matter, though, I hope your 4th of July is happy anyway.