Finally, a scientific explanation for why our minds wander when we do boring things:
Yeah, it makes me sound actually intelligent this way. Shoulda thought this up ages ago.
When i wonder in my mined, I come back to reality to fined that everything my teacher has talked about i missed and don't remember anything. which causes me to fail my tests lol.
but sometimes the mind just wonders off when you really need to concentrate. makes me feel lazy
i never dream t about for my entire life time but i love some ppl -the same way they hate me.and i never want a role in their dreams.Cos corps cannot act.they can make a wall to draw my filthy face.and i know what i am and where am upto ----10*6
interesting timing along with this on NPR http://www.npr.org/2012/03/19/148777350/how-creativity-works-its-all-in-your-imagination
That's funny... My mom used to tell me that it would be a dreamer who saved this world.. I never forgot that and to this day I still dream. When was the last time any of you took a few minutes to look up at the sky and remember what the color blue really was? Were you lucky enough to watch the clouds take shape and give meaning to your thoughts? Try it sometime, it makes the world big again. There really is beauty out there if you dare to look...
I guess I need to day dream more often... I might help me keep my brain more focused on my to do list! LOL
Daydreamin. Fall asleep beneath the flowers. For a couple of hours. What a beautiful day.
hungover is when u have a HUGE headache after drinking daydreaming is when you think of something and you cant pay attention to your surroundings
um.... i think that u may have ur facts scrammbled a bit. it may help ur brain process info but when u r in a test for instance that will decide what you do for the future, u may not want to daydream.. even if the test is boring.
but my experience is different..everyone says its bcz of my daydreaming i used to forget even simple stuffs of daily life...
wot am i talking about. i think daydreaming is cool and i believe that doing it in class is a much better way of passing time than doing sommert like science or maths. i admit i do a great deal of daydreaming and hardly notice what the teacher is saying. (then again that may also be down to fact that i lack one thing.... the ability to care)
If daydreaming built better brains, I'd be President of the Universe by now. Hmmm…President of the Universe…wow, that'd be neat. What's the first thing I'd do…?
Your working memory is like your brains RAM! (Don't take that seriously I just made that up)
Probably has more to do with getting caught up in the trance of the mind. I fin it interesting that young children tend to know that what they think is not true and yet adults ardently believe what they think
Are you kidding? I don't have time to daydream on my job - because I'd fall asleep and start dreaming - that fast!
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