Browsing: How Mind Works

Yesterday, former President Donald Trump publicly criticized Judge Juan Merchan, who is presiding over his New York criminal trial regarding hush money payments. Following a gag order issued by Merchan, which prohibits Trump from discussing the case’s participants publicly, Trump took to Truth Social to express his discontent. He accused Merchan of attempting to infringe on his First Amendment rights and suffering from “Trump Derangement Syndrome.” Trump also attacked Merchan’s daughter, alleging her bias, although it was clarified that a social media account she previously owned, which Trump referenced, had been abandoned and repurposed by someone else. The trial, significant…

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Last night, watching the Ravens v. Raiders football game I noticed the message the Raiders had fittingly written on their end zone: End Racism. Which made me wonder, what will it take to do so? Fighting between us because we are different has been haunting mankind since the beginning of time. We have fought each other, and continue to do so to this day, because of racial differences but also because of differences in religion, differences in political views, differences in economic resources. Heck, if we look at fighting in general, even within our own families we fight about differences…

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The most important thing when aiming to free yourself of an overactive mind is to remember that the mind is just a tool for you to use. Not the other way around. If you find yourself in a situation where your mind has become overbearing and perhaps obnoxious to the point where it believes it has the right to direct you to doing things for it, or is giving you anxiety, then treat it as you would an overbearing and obnoxious person. That is to say: Make space. Obviously, you can’t separate physically from your mind, so the trick to…

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