Playground of All Ages
“What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? A virus? An intestinal worm? An idea. Resilient...highly contagious. Once an idea has taken hold of the brain it’s almost impossible to eradicate. An idea that is fully formed – fully understood – that sticks right in there; somewhere.” This is a line I heard from the movie Inception and might I say it is really mind boggling. Our mind or our brain or what we could call a nest of parasites is somewhat like a playground, a playground full of rides which as no age restriction.
Our brain functions to make the other parts of our body function; it tells them what to do and how to react to certain stimuli. For that reason, the mind is a vital part of a person, any damage done to it could cause death or a life not worth living anymore. But with the importance of our mind comes its similarities to a playground. Whatever your age, you may be an infant or a fully grown adult there will always be a playground inside your head, the mind, where ideas play and fully develop. The usual rides you could see on a playground, there you can experience on your mind also. Ideas swinging back and forth, over and over again confusing you on what to do, not knowing what it is you should choose but will then realize that there’s no more proper place than stopping and deciding. A slide, an idea appears to be at the peak of your attention, you think about it day in and day out and then with just a matter of time it goes down flushed out from your memory. An idea goes round and round your head like a spinner on a playground making kids dizzy while for you, your head starts to hurt. Like a seesaw, some ideas just tend to rise among the others because of the priority we set or the weight we exert.
Ideas in our mind, it makes the brain playful and definitely a part we should watch for. It’s no excuse that you are of the age of 5 or of the age of 50, the mind still continues to work, influencing our...
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