Amount of texts to »mind« 107, and there are 103 texts (96.26%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 109 Characters
Average Rating 3.692 points, 5 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 16th 2000, 12:55:56 wrote
qualle X about mind
Latest text on Nov 1st 2015, 08:47:57 wrote
carolyn stewart about mind
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on Jan 4th 2003, 03:54:51 wrote
marius about mind

on Oct 26th 2015, 08:20:30 wrote
Carolyn Stewart about mind

on Jan 14th 2001, 03:36:51 wrote
Nils about mind

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Eta ~ wrote on Feb 21st 2001, 12:28:02 about


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I didn't mind people staring at the long scratches made by the stern thorns of the boor-geresy bush. I was just happy to be on my way again after my time in Erewhon.

Off the Flight Path: Adventures in Erewhon, Tasmania and Kerguelen – Eta Sonnok, 1967

Joe wrote on Aug 20th 2004, 06:44:18 about


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The human mind treats a new idea the same way the body treats a strange protein; it rejects it.

(P. B. Medawar)

hj wrote on Aug 24th 2004, 05:51:51 about


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Do not mind anything that anyone tells you about anyone else. Judge everyone and everything for yourself.

Henry James

Joe wrote on Aug 20th 2004, 06:46:48 about


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The most merciful thing in the world . . . is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents.

(H. P. Lovecraft)

macaroni wrote on Jan 4th 2005, 19:54:44 about


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Too much work to do! It's enough to boggle the mind!!

Joe wrote on Aug 20th 2004, 06:45:12 about


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Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.

(Malcolm Forbes)

jarry100 wrote on Jul 11th 2002, 20:46:14 about


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I think empty would be the opposite of mind.

connie wrote on Dec 7th 2003, 08:28:46 about


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My veiw of mind is that it is an odd word to be given such differing meanings. As a young girl I was amazed when my granny would say to me, »Now mind you not to spill that juice since if you spill it you will have a stain on your waist and everyone will wonder where your mind could have beenShe was, of course, most worried about the garment that she referred to as my waist since it was hand-made by herself and was made of lovely silk which I very much liked even if I did call it a blouse.

Babylon69 wrote on Apr 28th 2000, 19:52:21 about


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A mind is a kind of semi-transparent bluish-white rectangle with rounded edges. It is also very nearly non-existent.

toxxxique wrote on Aug 3rd 2004, 22:47:10 about


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Most of the time the human mind runs on autopilot.
You cannot decide what you think and feel, it just happens. Try not to think of anything for 3 minutes.

Joe wrote on Aug 20th 2004, 06:42:27 about


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Our mind is capable of passing beyond the dividing line we have drawn for it. Beyond the pairs of opposites of which the world consists, other, new insights begin.

(Herman Hesse)

qualle X wrote on Apr 16th 2000, 12:55:56 about


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Myths that compartmentalize our minds by defining certain mental attributes as »male« and others as »female« leave us all functioning with only part of our minds. Though there may well be some innate biological differences between the sexes, there is hardly room for doubt that our preconceptions serve to exaggerate and rigidify any distinctions that might exist. These preconceptions operate as straitjackets for men and women alike. I believe that the best, most creative science, like the most creative human efforts of any kind, can only be achieved with a full, unhampered mind – if you like, an androgynous mind. Therefore, the giving up of the central myth that science is a product of male thought may well lead to a more creative, more imaginative, and, who knows, possibly even a more humanistic science.

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