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Neurosurgical Prowess October 13, 2011

Posted by Nemuu in Uncategorized.

I think people should really learn to think for themselves.

Over the years, I’ve come to notice that a lot of people are just really good at agreeing and quoting what someone else said. I mean, you have a good memory & you can regurgitate & that’s all well and fine, but one day you’re going to realise that just because someone else said it, that doesn’t mean that it has to be true.

Every single person on this planet leads a life separate and different from any other. We meet different people, we go through different events at different points of our lives, we learn different things. Sometimes we look back, or a particularly major event occurs, and we face a sudden realisation, adopt a new perspective on things etc.

For instance, people generally tend to agree that we shouldn’t have any regrets. “Live life with no regrets”, “Don’t have regrets because at one point it was exactly what you wanted.” The way I see it, regret is a good thing. Okay, so the feeling sucks, but having regrets just means you’ve grown from that experience. It means you’ve learnt a lesson in life, to never do something stupid like that again.

And while giving people the freedom of choice may sound like a good thing, it hardly ever is when it affects other people. Just because you admire someone, it doesn’t mean what they say is always right. We all need to form our own opinions and live life by our own perspectives, see the world through our own eyes.

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