When we go about our days, living our careers, we do things we know how to do and think about things we may not yet. If we don't get a chance to complete a thought, these thoughts stay as concepts and abstract (yet meaningful) ruminations. We need to put them into words to position them in physics, relationships, and reality. Of course, not all thinking is the same, and that thinking process is nothing but linear. There is a personal space of thinking, which we may call faculty, back of the house, or simple solitude. Accessing it is always a net positive.

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