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A '''thought''' is a process of the [[mind]] which organizes information into a form that can be translated into action. It takes only a fraction of a second, but multiple thoughts may lead to thinking clearly. This eventually gives rise to [[logic]], [[reason]], and, when concerning thoughts of the heart, [[compassion]] (for the individuals who were thought about).
 
A '''thought''' is a process of the [[mind]] which organizes information into a form that can be translated into action. It takes only a fraction of a second, but multiple thoughts may lead to thinking clearly. This eventually gives rise to [[logic]], [[reason]], and, when concerning thoughts of the heart, [[compassion]] (for the individuals who were thought about).
 
==Scientific Information on the Thought==
 
  
 
[[Category:Psychology]]
 
[[Category:Psychology]]

Latest revision as of 00:26, 16 April 2011

A thought is a process of the mind which organizes information into a form that can be translated into action. It takes only a fraction of a second, but multiple thoughts may lead to thinking clearly. This eventually gives rise to logic, reason, and, when concerning thoughts of the heart, compassion (for the individuals who were thought about).