I’ve always liked to say that you can use your body in the same way that you use your mind. For example, people who are good at sports tend to be good at math too.
I think that’s true. I also think that body parts are useful tools for certain people that need to be able to work out problems. I know that for a while I was the worst at math, but I’m also good at sports, so I can use my body parts to help me out.
Body parts are certainly useful tools. That’s not to say that there are no limits though. For example, some people claim that they can only use their fingers to write things down, because of the way the fingers are connected. My experience with this is that if I had to write something down I would just use my fingers to do it. I don’t think that this limitation has anything to do with the fact that the fingers have to be connected.
Yeah, I know, and this is why I am on topic. I have a feeling that the restriction applies to people with other body parts as well, like I can only write down things with my hands. This is because of the way the fingers are connected. In order to use the fingers correctly, two parts of the fingers must be connected in order to use the keyboard. Since the keyboard has two fingers, one of them, the pinky, must be connected to the keyboard.
I know this is kinda weird, but it’s true. The pinky is actually connected to the keyboard anyway, as a note – you don’t write it down and it says “goodbye”. A note that says “Goodbye, I’m sorry”. You can read it on Google, but if you are on the fence about it, I would not recommend it.
Its better to not read the note and just keep typing, because its a good way to spend your time. The note is only one of many ways to keep connected.
It’s a little bit like the “goodbye” we all give to our pets and children, but for us, we just leave the note there. If you are going to leave something for your kids, leave it on the toilet seat. That is a better way.
The message is only one of many ways to keep connected. I am not suggesting that we stop sending letters and notes and e-mails. I am asking you to write one of these messages to me, just for me, so I know it is there and you are not leaving anything for anyone else. This is a way for us to keep our connection alive and for you to know that you are not alone.