Mind and Instinct During Conversation

So often we do not understand the other person while talking.

“What’s the use of talking when you don’t understand, and what sort of a brain have I now? I’ve only an instinct, a thirst!” 
“On the High Road” by Anton Chekhov

Irrespective of how complicated is the discussion, it is always instinct plays  a major role. Arguments giving in the conversation are the result of egoistical instinct. Some people claim that the mind is an advanced instinct. We have different needs so  forms of egoism are different. As a result of this divergence we do not understand each other in conversation.


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