Our mind is a strange thing. It is capable of so much thought and contemplation, and yet it can also make so many snap judgments and point fingers. A good example is this video from YouTube, which captures a man who is a scientist, but has a very bad attitude when he is describing himself. He says he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but that is a bit of an exaggeration.
In a way, this man is right. It is important to realize that our thoughts and judgments are very much influenced by our environments. If you spend a lot of time in certain environments that you perceive as either safe or unsafe, you might make snap judgments about people’s character based on how they respond to these environments.
The environment we live in is extremely powerful. To a certain extent, we are in control of it. People with a silver spoon in their mouth are not necessarily bad people. We are not entirely in control of our thoughts and actions, but we do have control over our environment.
It’s true that we’re not entirely in control of our environment, but we definitely have control over where we’re going to go and what we’re going to do with our time. When we’re in an environment where we know things are dangerous, we can think, “Okay, I’m going to go to a place I know will be dangerous.” But we’re not obligated to.
There’s an interesting term for when one is in an environment where they know things are dangerous. This can be a mental pattern like it’s described by a child or a character, or it can be a physical pattern like the pattern that the person uses to go to a place they need to go.
The term can be translated as “cognitively aware” or “cognizant of danger,” and it has nothing to do with knowing the future. When a person is aware of danger, they’re really aware of what might happen, and they know how they might react. When they are not aware of danger, the situation is just a random chance.
In the past, if a person was aware of a danger they could be prepared for it, and this could mean they could take action, but the danger didn’t really affect them. This is particularly true of a child who knows what to do to avoid a situation, but that doesn’t make them truly aware of it. If a child had a specific plan in mind, they would be aware of the danger, and they would have a prepared response.
We all have a plan. A good plan helps us avoid a bad situation. This is not to say that a plan is the same as an awareness of danger though. The act of creating a plan is more about the plan itself. An awareness of danger is more about the person doing the planning.
If a child had a plan, they would probably be more aware of the dangers involved in the situation. They would have a better understanding of where they were in the situation than a child who has no idea what they are doing. If a child had a plan in mind, they would make sure that they were doing everything to their plan before they went to the situation. But when a child is in a situation, they have no knowledge of what they are doing.