Justin R. Erenkrantz Where do you want to go today?

Do you ever find yourself talking to yourself?

That does seem paradoxical, but in reality (or at least mine anyhow) it is not. The human mind has many different facets. It is perfectly conceivable that you can talk to yourself. It helps to sort out things without speaking aloud. It allows a release of feelings that may not be appropriate to have shown to the entire world. For instance, if you were an axe murderer, it would probably be best if you kept all of your homicidal tendencies to yourself. But, if you were the Pope, it wouldn't be a bad idea to grace the world with your wisdom.

If you are a good person, get up and do whatever the voices in your head tell you to do.

However, if you are a bad person, sit on your butt and avoid other human beings and do not listen to what those voices tell you to do.

So, in the end, it is perfectly okay to hear voices in your head (as some form of communication), but as always, if they tell you to jump off a bridge, ditch 'em and audition for new voices.

- Justin Erenkrantz

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