Happiness not as impossible as you may think. It is silly putty like and more!

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Time Flies!
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Davidson again:)

“That change can come about as a result of experiences we have as well as of purely internal mental activity—our thoughts.

Take experiences: The brains of people who have been blind from birth and who learn to read Braille, the writing system based on tiny raised dots that the fingers slide across, experience a measurable increase in the size and activity of areas in the motor cortex and somatosensory cortex that control movement and receive tactile sensation from the reading fingers.

Even more dramatically, their visual cortex—which is supposedly hardwired to process signals from the eye and turn them into visual images—undertakes a radical career change and takes on the job of processing sensations from the fingers rather than input from the eyes.”
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