MindAbet Vision and Description
Thinking, Memory, Imagination, Consciousness…
Minds are defined by conscious experience and intelligent thought. Common attributes of mind include perception, reason, imagination, memory, emotion, attention, free-will and a capacity for communication.
We strive to develop all aspects of your Mind. We promise to go beyond Math and Logic development. We promise to bring Worlds of History, Science, Geography, Literature, Philosophy and Art to you to make your life so much more meaningful, interesting and excited.
People need news, so they have something to talk about with each other. News are easy, they are everywhere, many people work on delivering them to us. But our past is full of amazing and deeply meaningful stories that we can retell to our friends on appropriate occasions. Our promise is to deliver them to you.
Our programs are not just for kids. They are for everyone! Please enjoy!
“I think, therefore I am”
René Descartes (1596-1650)
Thought is an activity of Mind which allows to make sense of things in the world. Thinking forms concepts, engage in problem solving, reasoning and making decisions. Thinking is deeply connected with our capacity to understand cause and effect; to recognize patterns; to comprehend and disclose unique contexts of experience or activity; and to respond to the world in a meaningful way.
“Memory is the mother of all wisdom”
Memory is the ability to preserve, retain, and recall, knowledge, information or experience.
Imagination or “Mind’s Eyes”
“I paint objects as I think them, not as I see them”
Pablo Picasso (1881–1973)
Imagination is the activity of generating situations, images, ideas in the mind. Among the many practical functions of imagination are the ability to project possible futures, to “see” things from another’s perspective, and to change the way something is perceived, including to make decisions to respond to, or enact, what is imagined.
“No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it”
Albert Einstein (1879–1955)
Consciousness in mind comprises the ability to perceive the relationship between oneself and one’s environment.