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Is the human mind a powerful thing capable of doing great things?
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How can anyone who's heard a symphony, read a wonderful book or taken joy in a great leap of scientific understanding not believe that the mind is magnificently powerful?
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the human brain is incredibly powerful and the effects are extremely convincing, From seeing and feeling yourself as fat when you are actually not to the extreme denial some people get after the death of a loved one in which they still see the person walking around and interacting with the environment. It is a powerful thing certainly capable of doing great things.
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What would prompt you to ask a question that, to me, seems to have such an obvious answer?
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Of course..... I consider seeing, hearing, feeling, and processing information as great things, and the human mind can do far more than just that.
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The brain is a magnifigate intigradable part of the body capable of comprehending the most complex senthethetical equations. I would find it propaulstering for one sypathetic organ to fliduitate such a cmp-verse manner. As the xenon value concilitates i feel that xenophobia can be inhabited at the hexninium flout located on the pex of the brain. Xanadujahoniox is a serious p.n. taximon disease that is spread by destresful feces that can trigger the xeroxing gland in the brain that can amputate general taximon and evaporate it internationaly. So, yes. The brain is a very complex part of it can outgo variedness thatchxenon fuel revival!
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