A vast majority of what we experience regularly affects the way we operate. For example, if we listen to a specific type of music that music in particular is more likely to replay in our heads than any other music. In this example what we experienced on the outside made a difference within our internal operating system. It is likely that what was on our mind would have been different had we not had say a classic rock song floating around in our head. This is just one example out of quite literally an essentially endless list. Just about everything we experience makes an impact, some more than others.
It is important that we are aware of the possibility of such changes because what we subject ourselves to overtime can easily change the way we perceive the world in more ways than one. We must remain mindful of what we allow to enter our minds because of this. This notion is an easy one to pass over but none the less an important one.
“Every day, stand guard at the door of your mind.”Jim Rohn