Want to trade your brain in for a new one?

In first grade, Barbara Arrowsmith-Young was told, “You have a defect.” “You have a mental block. ” “You will never learn as other children.” “You need to live with these limitations.” She couldn’t tell time. She got lost easily. She didn’t understand abstracts. She didn’t process mentally what was happening to one side of her… Read More

Your Brain Is Memories.

Before you read any further, focus on one of your favorite memories. Do you think it’s a single memory? It contains colors, smells, physical sensations like a breeze in your face, laughing with someone, how hungry you were… Your brain turns these micro-second-long sensory experiences into a mosaic we call a memory. In an article… Read More