what does this mean "A mind that is stretched to a new idea never returns to its original dimensions"?
- Man AbrierLv 57 months ago
When you wake up and realize Socialism is wrong, you can never go back to believing in it
- Andrew SmithLv 77 months ago
Any new idea changes us. It becomes a part of our new persona.
This has been happening since birth.
That doesn't necessarily mean a good outcome.
Even though that is what the statement implies.
But if you have ever had a serious car accident, THAT is the new idea that leaves you permanently more worried about what MIGHT happen today.
This new idea has altered you to become more fearful. Not necessarily a good outcome.
- 7 months ago
A mind that has been altered through memory can never be changed back. Certain memories, once engraved within your synaptic functions, change the actual make up of your brain, thus it is 'stretched.'
- Aster RhoidsLv 77 months ago
That's exactly what it means.
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- Anonymous7 months ago
it depends on how good the idea is ^_-