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  • Social contract based on

    subjective assumptions.

    subjectociak

    Your LogoYour own footer

    Author

    Sina

    Ebrahi

    mi

  • Emotions.Emotions.Chapter One

    Our mental model of our imaginationsit

    Imagery

    Wars based on subjective assumptions

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  • Always an external stimulus has

    resulted in a reaction The

    reaction of the two is no

    exception The answer is positive

    or negative This rule is rooted in

    our experiences and our

    thoughts and perceptions of life

    General refusal to accept the

    social contract is the reaction of

    our lives Issues will be examined

  • Moving is always a desire to reach the destination But

    what is the destination Target has an Stimulus to move

    Regulating emotions and psychological norms But his

    registration of how emotions are Emotions in a vacuum

    state, the desire to have a goal. The vacuum state is a break off And to establish the record of events and ideas

    requires But the record is automatically. But psychologically normal state in dealing with events that

    no one is automatically And it is here that ideas are

    created. Privacy Genesis is responsible for protecting the interests of our personal thoughts This standard

    requires that we understand each other and we share

    the benefits with. However, our understanding of the extent of seeing and hearing. When we are unaware of the existence of a document confirming our memory. But the first and last time in memory, the ever vanishing.

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    Let's talk about a Mental conversation we

    thought This conversation is terrible

    destructive power. Entirely It can be constructive. However, we take a lot of energy. But how do the internal dialogue that excess pressure is not nervous. First, we detect the emergence of inner

    dialogue is. Internal dialogue that occurs when we are under stress or have some

    sort of ecstasy or intensity of taste and

    ignorance.

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