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How does human senses help us navigate through the world/ our world?

Let's delve deeper.

I believe that you can in fact bury someone, a memory, a feeling. But one moment can bring it all back.

Giggling to my own self....I wonder what part of my brain is that...?

Maybe it is the human part that feels, which is something beautiful in it's own right.

In retrospect, I do not remember a lot my father said to me as a child. What I remember the most, in living color... is making biscuits from scratch and eating frosted flakes with bananas he diced up just for me.

Also, most assuredly, never let them see you with your head held down. So, I beg you now, each and everyone of you.... to look up! Look up with your head held high, regardless of the subjugations that may have befallen you. We must end the fear of fear... False Expectations Appearing Real and just live as if there is no tomorrow, just live.

There are five basic human senses: touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste. The sensing organs associated with each sense send information to the brain to help us understand and perceive the world around us. However, there are in fact other human senses in addition to the basic five that you couldn't live without. These lesser-known senses include spatial awareness and balance. Simply, it is how the human senses work.

These writings showcase the much stronger tenacity of humanity. We must stand. We must fight, forgive and love. Something beautiful beyond our words of expression is happening right now on Earth. Do not lose hope, please....we are at the precipice. Light always trumps darkness. Please remember. We got this! See you soon.

A book I am reading now to traverse through time and space. (see below) -- a few quote from the book.
"Extraordinary people survive under the most terrible circumstances and they become more extraordinary because of it."
"Strange as it may seem, all of this was foretold to Baron Trump in his dream."
"Amidst darkness and danger, Baron felt a glimmer of hope, for he knew that in the darkest moments, the light of courage shines brightest."
– Baron Trump Marvelous Underground Journeys


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