Brains in Prisons

14 January, 2009 at 01:47 1 comment

The other day, there was a very trivial discussion with a colleague. No matter, how much we talked, we just could not change each others opinions. No matter, none of the worlds conflicts have been unresolved and am not talking about the one of the modern era but every single conflict from the dawn of time.
I think this is because, after a stage – an early one – the brain gets imprisoned. It is a prisoner in its own cranium as depicted here …

Some of you may argue that prisoners could change but change is constant and there needs to be a certain flexibility for this to happen. Unfortunately, things are more like concretized and whats-that-word? well, wired.

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  • 1. People in Bubbles « Sriks6711  |  19 January, 2009 at 02:44

    […] of any sort and a couple of days back, wrote on how people are hard to change because brains become prisons of the mind. There is also something exploring the bombardment of sorrow (an extension of how I think such […]

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