lunes, 23 de septiembre de 2013

The brain takes and we have to wait

While it is currently difficult to wait, because many processes have accelerated, humans thought we never knew to expect.

When we leave our homes, we are willing to wait a while to get the bus that will take us to the area where we work.

If you do not arrive on time, we know we have to wait, sometimes a long time because the bus broke down had to go and the company could not assign another to replace it.

When cooking food we carry, we are willing to wait a certain time for each of the ingredients reach its proper doneness.

We know that sometimes we have to wait a little longer because the same foods may be harder than others and we have to wait to become tender giving them more time in the boil.

Examples of situations in which we hope are many, but there is a situation that appears to us quite often, we do not learn to tolerate: thinking runs at a certain speed and wont go of a problem until resolution can spend minutes, hours, weeks, months, years.

Imagine for a moment what would happen to us if, with a delay in the arrival of the bus, retornáramos we go back to our house and the pleasant task to continue sleeping, or what would happen to us if, at the moment of using food to cook, we realized that still can not eat and we threw it all away.

It has always been hard to wait. Humans of all ages suffered some anxiety: had to wait to finish the wars, epidemics, rain, famines, invasions.

Now it's hard to wait because many processes have been accelerated by technology.

Conclusion: brain function must also know to expect it.

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El cerebro demora y tenemos que esperarlo.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.030)

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