The environment is the context of our lives, so the environment is the context of our thoughts and actions. The environment is just one of the many different things that make up our lives. We are so immersed in the world around us, and as such we can’t really be aware of it.
It’s why I love to write about this stuff. It’s why a lot of people write about this stuff. It’s the things that they don’t think about, that they don’t notice, that they don’t understand. Sometimes you just have to take a leap of faith and go to the edge and just jump in. I had this friend who wrote about this stuff for years.
Not many people realize that the synonym environment is where our thoughts just end up, after the brain has processed them. This is most noticeable in our synonyms, which are the things that we can’t seem to stop thinking about. And then there are the synonyms that we’ve made up ourselves. We can’t shake off these words that are stuck in our heads, so it can be hard to find a way out of them.
Synonyms are really hard to break. There are about a half dozen different ways to think about synonyms, and since synonyms are things that we say we don’t understand (i.e. we have no idea what the heck a synonym is), they’re hard to break. There are three main ways to break a synonym: 1) through our own actions, 2) through our own thoughts, and 3) through our own memories.
The first way is the most obvious. Say youre sitting on a sofa and you start to think of synonyms for the word “fag” or “bitch”. You might think of those words when you say “You fag”. You might think of them when you say “I hate bitch”. You might think of them when you say “Bitch”. You might think of them when you say “Bitch” because it is what you mean when you say it.
But that doesn’t stop you from thinking of them when you say bitch now. Because if you dont think of it you probably wont be saying it.
If you arent constantly thinking of synonyms, youre probably thinking of synonyms unconsciously. Or even more subconsciously. You probably think of them when you say I hate bitch. You probably think of them when you say fag. You probably think of them when you say bitch. You probably think of them when you say bitch because youre thinking of them when you say fag.
I think it is a common mistake to think that if you say something you dont think of it, or if you dont think of something you dont say it. This is due to the fact that we often hear people when they say something like, “You must think of that,” or “That was very well said.” The problem is that they are usually referring to a mental image that they have of the actual thoughts that took place.
So while you may think that you are thinking of something you dont actually think of it, you actually are. And this is the point where the distinction between “thinking” or “appearing to think” and “really thinking” can be hard to distinguish. This is why my point is not to convince anyone that they are thinking of something that actually exists.
It is true that you are always thinking of something, but you can also be thinking of something that you do not think of. In this case, you can be thinking of a synonym for a synonym for a synonym, which is a pretty good reason to not worry about that particular synonym. It is just a little scary that people can do something like that.