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A process of the human brain often associated with bad academic
performance. It happens only on one hemisphere of the brain, which
suggests that it is linked to the creative process of our brain. It’s levels are
unknown to us. We often see forms of daydreaming that their tragic
elements matches that of an ancient Greek tragedy. Every time we try to
border the potential of the human brain, that border is broken through. The
brain displays amazing computational power and limitless creativity. Let us
analyze this fascinating phenomenon.
Daydreaming can often make you or break you. It can be expressed as
great genius or a vice. An aspect of this human brain concept, is madness.
Schizophrenia. It is not uncommon for paranoid individuals to
experience hallucinations so real that they become their reality. Individuals
suffering from this illness see people that exist only in their minds. They are
able to converse with them as if real. They interact with them daily, get to
know them, befriend them. This suggests that their emotional mechanism is
working toward a fabrication of their own mind. They experience a
completely different and detached reality to us. Their world is nothing but a
fragment of their imagination that the brain thinks it is real and treats it as
such. Certain individuals go as far as to break society’s rules by breaking the
law, invading other people’s lives even mass murdering. This only suggests
that what they see in their mind is so real and believable that they are not
able to distinguish good from wrong. It does not mean of course that a
person suffering from such an illness is capable of committing atrocities
necessarily, but there have been cases where that has been observed. Nor
does it mean that breaking the law in any way suggests mental illness. That
would be silly. This form of mental illness can be seen as daydreaming. It is
not a form of dreaming that reflects the subconscious like normal, sleeping
time dreaming is. So strong, as stated above that drives, ones will.