I think therefore I'm dangerous ?

@ayebelle (368)
Philippines
November 14, 2009 11:14pm CST
what does it mean? It's like if you think there's more ideas come into your mind and sometimes it became bad? I don't consider myself as a dangerous because I'm not a thinker! lol. Just kidding. But yeah i always think, and thinking is a form of exercise did you know that? but thinking too much may lead you to stress. So know your limitations, because brains also get tired too. =) I'm glad to hear some opinions.
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@figjam00 (1446)
• India
15 Nov 09
It is aptly said that I think therefore I am dangerous. Whenever someone thinks he/she is inclined to make the change or effort. History is the testimony to this fact that thinking can lead to dangers and wonders in the world. I agree at times I feel tired by thinking too much, sometimes I blow my fuse....
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• Philippines
16 Nov 09
I think this means that a person with lots of ideas is someone who can manipulate,dictate,and decide on an outcome.s/he can can observe the situation,and dictate what will be the outcome.whether it is in his/her favor or not,s/he can easily manipulate a situation.for example,in court hearings,a thinking lawyer can manipulate the hearing and the evidences presented.s/he can tip the scales to favor his/her client.
@IceTroll (77)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
I you think you can or can't . . . . Your'e right. -William ford Brain sometimes get too tired. Its like a stressed out bussiness man late for work and grabbing what he can too catch up
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
Someone who's thinking only became dangerous if there is something bad running on his mind. Yes, too much thinking may cause you stress and depression that's why it is advice to take a deep breath sometimes. I think it's better to put your ideas on paper... I mean, in form of writing. Sleep serves as repair mechanism of our body that's why one should take enough hours of sleep daily. Sleeping would help to relax our mind. That's all I can say...
• United States
15 Nov 09
Ayebelle, This is the reason governments and other leaders try to censor our reading or speaking, or to control the flow of information. Thinkers are not malleable. They are not easily led. They are unlikely to avoid questioning. Thinking is dangerous to those who wish to control us.