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Thinking's On My Mind

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Thinking's On My Mind

How I have to ponder why I ponder.

How curious am I to know
What it is that draws my thoughts
Like a magnet to

The Meaning of Personality
And how it's everywhere
Yet no where
Because we perceive it
Without needing it
And we use it to describe
Individuality

How curious am I to know
What it is that draws my thoughts
Like a magnet to

The Physiological Process of Thinking
And how our thoughts are physical
While we think of them as
Non-tangible thoughts
While in reality they are
Electronic signals traveling endlessly
An infinite loop of chemical interaction
It captivates my mind

How curious am I to know
What it is that draws my thoughts
Like a magnet to

Who We Really Are
And how other people change us
And how we change over time
The wolf
That started out as
A lamb
How we say we can change
Yet we have no control over it
How we feel ourselves changing
Yet we have no control over it
Just the initial push
From then on
We are rolling down the side
Of the mountain
Only able to change direction slightly

How curious am I to know
What it is that draws my thoughts
Like a magnet to

What Religion is and its impact on Us
And how it is our core belief
We base all our decisions off of it
Whether we planned to or not
Our core beliefs 
Make up religion
So that what we truly believe in
Shapes our path

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