MAY - Week #2 - MIND, body & soul

Updated: Dec 19, 2020

First off, we need to define these.

My definitions are:

MIND - The physical brain. It is a part of the body and remains there, in life and death. It's the most important part of us, we can not live without it.

Unfortunately, this will all change in a decade.

BODY - That which you occupy while on earth. Everything that is connected to you. It is your earthly vessel here.

SOUL - This is what makes you, you!


This is, "inherently eternal."

It is what will go with you after you leave this life, at least that's what we are told.

This is what separates us from the other life forms on earth. They have their own instincts and we have control (or we are supposed to anyway) and can differentiate between right and wrong. Whether we choose to be right or not is another consideration.


For all intents and purposes, these are what we are all made of and I have always believed that the hierarchy, is ...

SOUL - tells mind what to do. Knows right & wrong. Makes the decision to do or not.

MIND - receives and then transmits it to the...

BODY - which actually carries out the actions.

Today I will talk about


MIND



Deep thoughts in a DEEP MIND!

Questions posed:

Is a healthy (or unhealthy) mind linked to your kink?

For me personally, I surmise that it's pretty healthy. However, kink is such a minute part of my life, and even more so, now that I have NO one in my life ever again.


Have you found that being on FL is good, or not so good, for your mental health?

Well, quite truthfully, with me being an undesirable older man in a woman's world, I just blend in with the multitude of guys and don't even get noticed. So that in of itself is not good for my MH. But I must realize that it is so minuscule in my life that there are many more criteria that I must base my MH on.


Living my absolute BEST life is paramount.


How are you coping throughout lockdown and what does a healthy mind look like to you?

Actually, for me, it is not hindering me in any way. I seem to thrive on solitude and it's the perfect means for writing. I can only imagine what it's like for most people, though with full-time jobs and such.


Is it different for everyone?

I'm sure it is because we all lead different lives and socialize with different people.

It's what makes the world go around.

Tomorrow's post-BODY!

I have a lot to say about that.