Thursday, May 31, 2012

Bag of programmed responses

The human. The mind. The brain. The "soul". All these things inform our decisions; choices verbal responses, moods, etc . So how do we arrive at these decisions? I do know that an input is made, processing is done, the logical control system does the selection of outcome of processing and a result is produced.
The logical
What informs the processing ?

Input, conditions set by the root user (owner, human) definitions, "viruses" .

At the end of the processing the logical control system takes the result of processing and either a. Makes a logical decision or b. Makes an illogical decision. The latter is only taken under rare and very controlled situations or at the points of renewal.

So how do I set conditions?

What I feed my sensory organs on and what I allow my mind to accept as true would cultivate a unique set of rules to be applied whenever conditions are met.

Now even setting rules as to what my mind and sensory organs must take as input is also a whole procedure in its own. However once one can appreciate this "we're almost there".

A certain good book tells me to renew my mind daily.

Setting standards is tough especially if one does not know the definite outcome of events surrounding the outcome.

I challenge my self to set higher standards each day and to seek to programme this mind towards one I can be proud to let the auditors verify as per their standards.

As for viruses they come every now and then but knowing how to eradicate them is key. Bluntly I would say have a good AntiVirus system (notice I didn't say application) . Sometimes not formatting helps too if one can "study" the ways of the virus and counter it.

The best way as usual is not letting the virus in, in the first place.

Understand your system download apps that would help the system develop and overcome manipulations.

Hi, if all that I written still doesn't make sense: man has a mind that responds in ways in which we have taught it, feeding the mind on the right stuff gets it in the right direction.

Sources that can help the mind : social interaction with those that possess qualities we admire, books on issues we like, music by people we can call leaders, the Holy Bible, parents, and standard requirements at the various places we find ourselves.

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