Deep thinking

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Deep thinking leads to clarity.

It is easier to communicate based on a clear mind than a crowded mind. the argument that is constructed in memory will bring sharp reasons as our minds will act as filters for any retained information. They just keep only high-quality ones.

Deep thinking can be trained by writing.

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