One piece of mind, after the other

Read on Doug Manning’s blog.

"Each time we learn something new, a little bridge grows in our brain. It is called a ‘dendrite’ and it connects one brain cell to another. The more you learn, the more dendrites you grow. This goes on throughout life, for all ages. With new education and/or new experiences, your brain gets more wiring, more capacity, more dendrite density. In neural terms, being dense is good. Clearly, any new learning you experience brings a new piece of mind. "

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