Trial of the Mind




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If I know Who You Believe I Can Predict Your Decisions
You must identify the third voice that has control over your behavior.
“What do you want me to do for you?” Jesus asked him.
The blind man said, “Rabbi, I want to see.”

More time should be spent instructing children how to think rather than telling them what to think. If we teach children how to process information and how to avoid making emotional judgments and assumptions, we would have far fewer murders in this country.
Almost no time is spent in the classroom teaching children how to think. So when they grow up they still do not know how to bridle envy and jealousy. Children are told to digest mounds and mounds of facts and be prepared to regurgitate these facts at will. Consequently, when children get in trouble with their emotions they do not know how to respond and explosions occur. I like shiny red trucks. I do not have a shiny red truck. Robert has a shiny red truck. I want Robert’s shiny red truck. I think I will hit Robert and take his shiny red truck. What does a person do with emotions such as jealousy envy and hatred? I like Bob. Gloria says Bob likes girls with large breasts. I do not have large breasts. Brenda has large breast. Since Brenda has large breast Bob likes Brenda. I hate Brenda because Brenda has large breasts causing Bob to like her. How can I get rid of Brenda?

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