RIP in peace. . ROBIN WILLIAMS RIGHT BRAIN = HEAVEN. LEFT BRAIN = HELL. I' m no scientist, so don' t bother being a by scrolling down and looking for statistics RIP in peace ROBIN WILLIAMS RIGHT BRAIN = HEAVEN LEFT HELL I' m no scientist so don' t bother being a by scrolling down and looking for statistics
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RIP in peace

ROBIN WILLIAMS
RIGHT BRAIN = HEAVEN. LEFT BRAIN = HELL.
I' m no scientist, so don' t bother being a by scrolling down and
looking for statistics. You won' t find them. You will, however, find this lovely picture...
And that makes me happy. My right brain and my
heart are in cahoots, so when I engage the right
brain, I see the good in the world and I' m happy (and
happiness is contagious).
But when I engage my left brain (without any help
from the right brain), it' s dismal. See, I have these
difficult days when my left brain kicks in and hunts
Rubin Williams in "What Dreams May Came" down the "truth about the world" that I tell myself I
deserve to know. And I go from one subject to
another (and another) and within a few hours, I sink
into a pit of hell as my left brain races off the track
like a train out of control - I' m talking waycest the usual things like financial pressure, lack
of work, health issues of family members, world hunger, a skin tag growing in an
uncomfortable place, biting mosquito; rising gas prices and too much traffic.
No, no, no... it' s much worse. This train goes layoff the track towards , Chemtrails,
New World Order, Human Trafficking and a slew of other horrendous issues that pull my
interests away from and into hours of
concern which leads to hours of research, where I learn about even bigger and nastier
atrocities that are supposedly hidden from us... which in turn leads to naymore concern
and ultimately, depression.
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