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perhaps the question of what ones desires are should be brought up. Stretching into new territories and thinking outside the box is the way to exercise the brain and has been shown to keep it healthier and 'younger'. Using memory learning and mnemonic techniques to learn more information and ideas on a given topic will get you faster results in gaining knowledge and information. one involves using what you know to decrease effort and increase success with learning, the other involves increasing effort through looking at thinks you can't know yet to increase brain health and adaptability.
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Listen to clouds and mountains, children and sages. Act bravely, think boldly.
Await occasions, never make haste. Find wonder and awe, by experiencing the everyday.




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