Fun Facts about thinking

The brain is one of the most complex organs. The brain 

can actually store 2.5 billion gigabytes, 

and over 50,000 thoughts per day, according to

Paul Reber, Professor of Psychology at 

Northwestern University.

We are all influenced by thoughts.

Thoughts create 

our perceived 


The mind can elevate or degrade,

depending on what thoughts

 are fed to it. 

We must think about what we think about.

"Don't copy the behavior and customs 

of this world,

 but let God transform you into 

a new person 

by changing the way you think.

Then you will learn to know

God's will for you, 

which is good and pleasing and perfect" 

Romans 12:2

When we embrace God's Word, 

and apply God's teaching,

 we definitely change 

the way we think. 

We are literally transformed.

According to mental health experts, 

we can do damage to our self-esteem 

when we bash ourselves 

with criticism of our own faults 

and shortcomings.

  The flip side of this is...

when we mentally bash other people, 

even in the privacy of our own mind, 

we are actually hurting ourselves 

physically as well as psychologically.

Our mind operates in the realm of 

two brain hemispheres, the analytical left 

and the creative right.


The left hemisphere is described 

as analytical

because it moves from one point 

to another in a step-by-step manner.

It is most efficient in processing 

verbal information. 

It is detail oriented. 

It forms strategies.

It is practical, and can comprehend. 

The right hemisphere is 

the creative section

where it is big picture oriented 

and imagination rules.

It seeks and constructs patterns.  

It is most efficient at visual 

and spatial processing where language 

plays little or no part in its functioning.


 We should never set limitations 

on the power of thoughts.


 Think About It.

 The thinker knows that today

is where their thoughts have taken them, 

and they are building their future

by the quality of the thoughts they think.

Thoughts create our perceived realities.  

 Think About It. 

Think About It.

We should expand the range

of our mental horizons.



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