Does your brain ever get mad at you? Like, when you don't follow its instructions or value all the professional thinking it does for free?
The peril of not obeying your brain is that will "only lead to grief". Who wants grief?
That is why when your brain does stuff for you, you ought to thank it, give it a hug, and listen to it. Your brain has feelings. It needs to be stroked, admired, worshiped, for its slavish dedication to fulfilling your every whim. Does it bring you a pillow to sit on? Does it write your "own stuff" for you? Do you pay it for its friendship? If the answers are YES-YES-NO then you are blessed with a loyal and subservient brain, perhaps sycophantic, maybe one that secretly plots against you.
And if your brain hops on the Cammarano bandwagon when you're a big election-loser (a distant third, for example) you know the saying: "if you love your brain, set it free. If it comes back to you, it was always yours."
So people, if you take GA's advice, you and your brain will have a long and happy relationship. If you don't, it may go on strike. Then what will you do?
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