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I am breathing. I go. I say. I think.
I don’t think about these things; Why should I think about thinking?
The process of thinking occurs naturally, you learn it in the process of development. Smart people do not need to learn thinking in order to think. Others will not be able to think, no matter how hard they try. What is wrong with this view?

Since thinking is a fundamental human skill.
Since thinking skills determine your happiness and success in life.
Since you need to think in order to make plans, take the initiative, solve problems, open up opportunities and develop an action plan for the future.
Since without the ability to think, you are not able to control your destiny and resemble a cork, limply floating with the flow.

Since the process of thinking is very exciting and fun - if you know how to make it that way.
Because thinking and mind are two different things. The mind can be compared with the power of the machine, and thinking - with the skill of the driver. Often, very intelligent people have poor thinking skills, thereby driving themselves into an “intellectual trap.” And many are far from being the smartest people who managed to develop their thinking skills to a very high level.
Since thinking is a skill that can be acquired, trained and developed. But you should have a desire to develop this skill, just like learning to drive a bicycle or a car.
Since traditional education in school and university teaches only one aspect of thinking.
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