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The Impenetrable Mind: True Friend or Fiend?

The Impenetrable Mind: True Friend or Fiend?

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Always reflect and learn, quite literally “rip” the inbuilt idea of self-image and thereby lack of self-image from your mind and try to look at the bigger picture, and also to know that it is okay to not be okay and learn to Know Thyself. 

My Connection to The Mind Trap 

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I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual. 

The Stigma 

For many people, the mind is a gigantic database of thoughts sitting atop beliefs, repurposed to fit into a world with social media. Basically, our mind is a “remix” of sorts! In the 21st century, with the “idea” of an ideal mindset, is the unsettling notion of stigma which arises from the opinions and accepted beliefs of 8 billion people in this world. From the deep, dark quest of freedom of expression and belief, an issue of STIGMA arises. As we think, we realize that we portray the most mentally stable version of ourselves to others, almost as if there is an innate sense of fear that someone would condemn us of expressing how we felt.   

The Virtual Connection 

The modernized world is a “melting pot” of diverse social media and lack of social behaviour, otherwise. There’s a loneliness in every corner despite the corners being filled with people. Every street, every room is filled with people glued to their phones, tapping into the other side, a realm of perceived happiness and popularity, but it’s actually just a snapshot of one of the many moments that the person decided to post, once again, highlighting the dark sense of fear that effectively stops a   person from identifying who they truly are, suctioned in the realm, often becoming what they portray on social media, the socialite, a perky trendsetter. We must learn to tell ourselves apart, to Know Thyself. Find out how social media is making us more Narcissistic in our latest article! 

To address the reproachful and hidden, but omnipresent stigma that surrounds our society, I’d like to say that we’re made to feel that it is not okay to not be okay. We have to present our best self to anyone and everyone. We must plaster a smile on our faces, to absolve the hate you give.  

I have never once seen a person break down or frown in public, can you think of a time you’ve seen that? You’ll probably have to probe your mind to remember that rare moment. The stigma surrounding our society has extended roots, society training us (as if in the army) to act presentable in front of others, eventually causing us to “mature” into a person with a coated, complex personality that over time becomes our only identity. 

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual. 

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual. 

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual. 

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual. 

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual. 

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual. 

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

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I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual.  Mind mind mind mind mind

I wrote this blog, to advocate my thoughts and opinions because I believe that I too am and have lived in a sealed world much too long to accept the fact that I am alright, in connection to the apparent world that sings of its glorified “freedom and opportunity”. In this profound quest, I’ve learned to try (and continue to try) and identify my social and personal image, to look at the bigger picture. I have accepted that I am not the ideal “mentally stable” person, something this century of socially apt people should be urged to apprehend. We the people, need to take a step back and self-reflect, as a society and as an individual. 

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