13 May 2009

Daydreams and Dave of Depeche

This makes sense to one who loves to daydream!
I've excerpted parts of this article from Live Science:

Contrary to the notion that daydreaming is a sign of laziness, letting the mind wander can actually let the parts of the brain associated with problem-solving become active, a new study finds.

"This study shows our brains are very active when we daydream - much more active than when we focus on routine tasks," Christoff said.

"When you daydream, you may not be achieving your immediate goal - say reading a book or paying attention in class - but your mind may be taking that time to address more important questions in your life, such as advancing your career or personal relationships," Christoff said.

On another note, this morning George showed me this article about Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan:
Hope he's okay....

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