Thursday, July 30, 2015

My bucketed thoughts from Kalam!


The challenges that

you have to fight is the hardest battle, which any human being can ever imagine to fight; continuously acquire the knowledge and never stop fighting until they arrive at their destined place, that is, a UNIQUE YOU!


Who are you?
An indomitable spirit stands on two feet.. vision and firm thought Take a look at.. A highly qualified manpower to look after the nation's expanding health care activities

Wings to Fly:

"I am born with potential.
I am born with goodness and trust.
I am born with ideas and dreams.
I am born with greatness
I am born with confidence
I am born with wings.
I am not meant for crawling,
So I won’t, I have wings,
I will fly, fly and fly”
Don't accept gifts😆:
Gift is always accompanied by some purpose and a gift is a dangerous thing

Reading 📖 style of kalam:

"I was reading the lessons loudly  "

Sound heard inside head even while silent studying :

Broca's area responded to silent reading much in the same way auditory neurons respond to text spoken aloud—as if Broca's area was generating the sound of the words so the readers heard them internally.

The researchers presented the subjects with a series of real words and made-up words. The nonsense words elicited responses from a wide pool of neurons in the VWFA, whereas distinct subsets of neurons responded to real words. After subjects were trained to recognize pseudo words, however, neurons responded as they did to real words, according to the paper published in March in the Journal of Neuroscience. Because the nonsense words had no meaning, Riesenhuber deduced that our neurons must respond to words' orthography—how they look—rather than their meaning.

As we become more proficient at reading, then, we build up a visual dictionary in the VWFA—much as we accumulate a catalogue of familiar faces on the opposite side of our brain.

When We Read, We Recognize Words as Pictures and Hear Them Spoken Aloud.


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