Today I lived an uncommon experience, which I consider to be very special but valuable. During this experience, I witnessed how bad I was to control my own thinking under pressure. Now that I am back home and stress-free, I feel amazed but how I reacted this afternoon during this "event". Do we really think so differently at times? Why would I think that way at that moment?
There's certainly still a lot of work for me to control my thinking correctly. In any case, I learnt a lot.
Earlier I read a book entitled "Fast thinking, slow thinking", by Daniel Kahneman. A remarkable book which taught me a lot about the human bring. I think what I just experienced today proved that Kahneman is right: we think we control perfectly our own mind, but in fact, the complexity of human brain always wins us over.
We may not fully master our own thinking.