Learning to survive

The brain is a learning organ. What it learns to do, all the time, is to survive in it’s environment. The first learning takes place by, unquestioningly and uncomprehendingly, mimicking the behavior of its primary caregivers, which the newborn brain assumes display the best, tried, and tested, behavior needed to survive. Bearing this in mind, you will recognize immediately why humans are experiencing a bit of an existential crisis.

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