The Question of the mind

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The first thing I wrote describing what drives our action

Submitted: January 14, 2012

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Submitted: January 14, 2012



The question of the mind and the ability to follow your heart.  We are always looking for some kind of approval for our actions, thoughts, what does it take to convince ourselves of the truth, is it our hearts, is the heart pure enough to follow, is our mind true enough to us for us to act on our thoughts . There are seeds that are implanted into our body @ a certain time , which could be feelings,  thoughts or emotions. Those seeds are  planted and start growing  as soon as they are introduced to ourselves. We live life but do we enjoy it? are we happy?. Well I believe the seeds that are implanted within us are natures form of a backup plan. Why? We are constantly tested on what’s right and what’s wrong. When we come to the point that we question the truth the seeds begin sprouting roots . Now everything looks so much different. These roots feed what’s now a plant. The more it grows the more we question ,and these questions are food for the plant that is already growing.  So now what, do we follow the heart that influences the mind or do we let the world around us decide for us. How much does your heart crave and how many scenarios are played. The fact is that those that act upon the backup seed are being driven not necessarily by common sense but the sense of the body, heart and mind. Is this the best way? Is it right? Only we know but most importantly Only WE feel , we don’t owe an explanation to anybody ,society wants to judge and put us in a category, let it be, let it be, let it be. But be proud to act on the uncommon and live by your heart, which drives the mind witch drives our actions.PEACE

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