Five Things Not to Think About

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“Name one thing that you can do better without thinking,” my science loving friend Parrish challenged.  It took me a while to call them to mind, but here are five such things.  It turns out a pretty important list.  If you think all the time, you will miss out on the best life has to offer and cause a lot of grief in the process.  Give your thinking brain some time off when you want to:

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2 Responses to Five Things Not to Think About

  1. Darryl says:

    I found this blog quite informative and insightful. I had never really thought about all the things that we do on a daily basis without even thinking about it…

  2. Pat says:

    Sex goes better without thinking. Yes, if you are inclined to want to understand the science of bodies, you will want to know the physiology and be able to think about it. But no, thinking is not a good way to have good sex. The art of loving is both more complicated and simpler that thought can apprehend.

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