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1. I prepared to increase my happiness. I did this by learning MSSBTL, in other words meditation of the same standard as Buddhism, Transcendental Meditation or Lucianic Meditation (e.g. bought the book of knowledge). First, I found the price of the book. Second, I took out this amount of money. Third, I paid for the book. In this way, I prepared to increase my happiness by learning MSSBTL, in other words meditation of the same standard as Buddhism, Transcendental Meditation or Lucianic Meditation (e.g. bought the book of knowledge).

2. I prepared to count the items of knowledge I would say. I did this by saying 80 instances of the mantra per day, each including 50 breasonings (e.g I counted the characters on a page). First, I counted the characters in each word. Second, I counted the characters in each line. Third, I counted the characters in each page. In this way, I prepared to count the items of knowledge I would say by saying 80 instances of the mantra per day, each including 50 breasonings, (e.g I counted the characters on a page).

3. prepared to speed up the delivery of the content on the page. I did this by preparing to say 50 breasonings per mantra by saying 5 breasonings in 5 seconds (e.g. I first said a sentence at normal speed, then I said it more quickly). First, I said each word of the sentence in one second. Second, I said each two words from the sentence in one second. Third, I said three words from the sentence in one second. In this way, I prepared to speed up the delivery of the content on the page by preparing to say 50 breasonings per mantra by saying 5 breasonings in 5 seconds (e.g. I first said a sentence at normal speed, then I said it more quickly).

4. I prepared to be of the same standard as the most prestigious University in the country. I did this by completing 250 breasonings of computational philosophy per lecture. First, I mindmapped 42 paragraph breasonings. Second, I expanded each of these to 6 breasonings, including a use and a brief algorithm. Third, I wrote the key breasoning down from each sentence and breasoned it out by thinking of it’s x, y and z dimensions. In this way, I prepared to be of the same standard as the most prestigious University in the country by completing 250 breasonings of computational philosophy per lecture.

5. I prepared to write down all points of the answer. I did this by completing 250 breasonings of computational philosophy per assignment. First, I found my computational philosophy notebooks or online notes. Second, I wrote them down and expanded them. Third, I collected (mindmapped) and expanded the rest. In this way, I prepared to write down all points of the answer by completing 250 breasonings of computational philosophy per assignment.

6. I prepared for people to admire the production. I did this by replacing the grey square with a red square symbolising a production length A (sewed the costumes). First, I chose the fabric colour. Second, I cut out the fabric. Third, I sewed the fabric shapes together to make the costume. In this way, I prepared for people to admire the production by replacing the grey square with a red square symbolising a production length A (sewed the costumes).

7. I prepared to lead a joyful life. I did this by either writing an A or meditating on blessing a child’s conception, preventing the child from being stillborn, which would happen otherwise. First, I thought of the unconceived child. Second, I started writing the A. Third, I stopped writing the A when I had written at least 85 breasonings. In this way, I prepared to lead a joyful life by either writing an A or meditating on blessing a child’s conception, preventing the child from being stillborn, which would happen otherwise.

8. I prepared to do the non-famous job. I did this by meditating, which protected me by giving me 50 breasoned out As, in return for which the rest of the As needed for the day were given, and a medical problem (which would occur otherwise) because of lack of job training was avoided (e.g. gave money for job training, in return for which job training was given). First, I looked up the job. Second, I looked up it’s required training. Third, I undertook this training. In this way, I prepared to do the non-famous job by meditating, which protected me by giving me 50 breasoned out As, in return for which the rest of the As needed for the day were given, and a medical problem (which would occur otherwise) because of lack of job training was avoided (e.g. gave money for job training, in return for which job training was given).

9. I prepared to complete my degree. I did this by collecting the breasonings details (high quality work requires two uses, future and two types in work, the professor algorithm that enables breasonings to work by giving an A for removing a blue image from a breasoning to make it work, 85 breasonings, in other words each of which are x, y and z dimensions of an object in the work, and the following known for breasonings to work: human judgment of nouns, human judgment of verb, room, part of room, direction in room, time to prepare, time to do and time to finish) before my degree. First, I asked an experienced person. Second, I collected the breasonings details. Third, I used the breasonings details to complete the assignment. In this way, I prepared to complete my degree by collecting the breasonings details before my degree.

10. I prepared to became a computational philosopher. I did this by studying the main philosophers at University. First, I studied how tropes (symbols) link together Nietzsche’s philosophy. Second, I studied how climbing the ladder leads to eternal return for the Ubermensch. Third, I studied how Darwinism’s natural selection shows how tropes allow becoming the Ubermensch through communication. In this way, I prepared to became a computational philosopher by studying the main philosophers at University.

11. I prepared to write arguments to help me earn higher grades by completing the Professor Algorithm. I did this by studying Education at university, breasoning out 50 As, an breasoning out the Professor Algorithm. First, I studied an Education short course at University. Second, I breasoned out an 85-breasoning argument 50 times to be given the job of philosopher. Third, I breasoned out an 85-breasoning argument for the Professor Algorithm to write my own H1 arguments. In this way, I prepared to write arguments to help me earn higher grades by completing the Professor Algorithm by studying Education at university, breasoning out 50 As, an breasoning out the Professor Algorithm.

12. I prepared to lead a sane, happy life. I did this by studying Medicine at University to breason out radio buttons for clozapine (to prevent hallucinations) and Prozac (to remain happy). First, I wrote one 85-breasoning medicine argument. Second, I repeated this until I had written 10 arguments. Third, I studied a holistic integrative medicine short course at University. In this way, I prepared to lead a sane, happy life by studying Medicine at University to breason out radio buttons for clozapine (to prevent hallucinations) and Prozac (to remain happy).

13. I prepared to be paid for a job. I did this by undertaking accredited training before each paid job. First, I looked up what training seemed enjoyable. Second, I read which jobs included this. Third, I applied for a teacher’s job. In this way, I prepared to be paid for a job by undertaking accredited training before each paid job.

14. 13 previously done Euphors. I prepared to write a group as two names, each in a euphor (relation) with another person. I did this by correcting the aphors from one step of the reasoning structures ladder (object, word, relation, reason, conclusion, question) on the next step. First, I wrote the group “class”. Second, I wrote the members of the group “Allan and Annie”. Third, I wrote the euphors “Allan was Peter’s brother” and “Annie was Peter’s sister”. In this way, I prepared to write a group as two names, each with the same relation to another person by correcting the aphors from one step of the reasoning structures ladder on the next step.

15. I prepared to relate the euphor “the aphor related to positivity”. I did this by writing that as this euphor was true, the euphor “the abstract noun related to measurements” was true. First, I measured the jigsaw puzzle piece’s measurements. Second, I measured the possible surrounding jigsaw puzzle pieces. Third, I fitted the jigsaw puzzle piece into the abstract graph of fitting connections according to it’s measurements. In this way, I prepared to relate the euphor “the aphor related to positivity” by writing that as this euphor was true, the euphor “the abstract noun related to measurements” was true.

16. I prepared to state the use for the euphor was to expand my business. I did this by writing euphors are abstract relations e.g. the party agreed with a company being set up (by increasing expenditure with confidence). First, I was given a certificate of registration and an officer register. Second, I was given the minutes of the first meeting and consent to act as a director. Third, I was given a share certificate and the share register. In this way, I prepared to state the use for the euphor was to expand my business by writing euphors are abstract relations e.g. the party agreed with a company being set up (by increasing expenditure with confidence).

17. I prepared to verify that the overseas office was established by constructing an argument from euphors. I did this by stating that euphors are words that connect ontologies. First, I wrote the plane passenger manifest. Second, I wrote the list of employees from a company. Third, I wrote the point in time of the flight of the employee who was a passenger on the plane. In this way, I prepared to verify that the overseas office was established by constructing an argument from euphors by stating that euphors are words that connect ontologies.

18. I prepared to program a brain simulation. I did this by breaking the aphors into smaller constituent parts until the smallest functional parts were found. First, I programmed the ears and speech organs. Second, I programmed the reasoning system. Third, I programmed the language system. In this way, I prepared to program a brain simulation by breaking the aphors into smaller constituent parts until the smallest functional parts were found.

19. I prepared to print the model heart. I did this by three-dimensionally printing a set of infinitely thin aphor planes in the aphor prism which was part of the object. First, I grouped a set of infinitely thin aphor planes into the first prism and printed it. Second, I printed the second prism. Third, I printed the third prism. In this way, I prepared to print the model heart by three-dimensionally printing a set of infinitely thin aphor planes in the aphor prism which was part of the object.

20. I prepared to fix the seat to the floor of the lecture theatre. I did this by observing the two prisms being connected by the algorithm. First, I observed the algorithm connect the upper left point between the touching planes. Second, I observed it connect the point next to this. Third, I observed it connect all the rows of points until the two planes had been connected. In this way, I prepared to fix the seat to the floor of the lecture theatre by observing the two prisms being connected by the algorithm.

21. I prepared to three-dimensionally print a ball. I did this by prototyping a prism from a small brick wall. First, I placed the first brick on the base. Second, I placed the mortar beside the brick. Third, I placed the second brick beside the first brick. In this way, I prepared to three-dimensionally print a ball by prototyping a prism from a small brick wall.

22. I prepared to connect the chain of euphors. I did this by stating that the time the two families’ members met was a euphor. First, I wrote down the list of family members in the first family. Second, I wrote down the list of family members in the second family. Third, I was a big star on the David Letterman Show! In this way, I prepared to connect the chain of euphors by stating that the time the two families’ members met was a euphor.

23. I prepared to verify that my lunch was healthy using euphors. I did this by critically examining the model euphor. First, I took it apart and attached another red hemisphere. Third, I labelled it “red apple”. In this way, I prepared to verify that my lunch was healthy using euphors by critically examining the model euphor.

24. I prepared to transform a possible match into the answer. I did this by finding the closest possible match. First, I worked out one word from the required answer. Second, I indexed all the possible answers by first word. Third, I matched the required answer with the possible answer. In this way, I prepared to transform a possible match into the answer by finding the closest possible match.

25. I prepared to find a way to be protected, which was necessary. I did this by writing a co-premise finding algorithm. First, I wrote the departure point down. Second, I wrote the destination down. Third, I found a safe route between them. In this way, I prepared to find a way to be protected, which was necessary by writing a co-premise finding algorithm.

26. I prepared to examine all of my thoughts. I did this by writing an input as a reason. First, I wrote three possible inputs. Second, I selected the input that grammatically matched my aim. Third, I wrote the input as an original breasoning. In this way, I prepared to examine all of my thoughts by writing an input as a reason.

27. I prepared to make sure that people trusted me. I did this by aiming to have a good protector above me. First, I asked my father what he would support me in doing. Second, I drew a drawing with his guidance. Third, I gave the drawing to my mother so that she trusted my love of drawing. In this way, I prepared to make sure that people trusted me by aiming to have a good protector above me.

28. I prepared to move up to a point in the hierarchy. I did this by running the algorithm to search for good, above me the hierarchy. First, I searched for good in the level above me in the company. Second, I searched for good in the level above the level above me in the company. Third, I searched for good in the level above the level above the level above me in the company. In this way, I prepared to move up to a point in the hierarchy by running the algorithm to search for good, above me the hierarchy.

29. I prepared to learn ball-coaching skills. I did this by finding God (e.g. a good person from my past). First, I searched for a good person this year. Second, I searched for a good person from last year. Third, I searched for a good person from the year before last year. In this way, I prepared to learn ball-coaching skills by finding God (e.g. a good person from my past).

30. I prepared to believe in God (a business pedagogue). I did this by writing the output as a conclusion. First, I read the output. Second, I verified it was important. Third, I verified it answered the question. In this way, I prepared to believe in God (a business pedagogue) by writing the output as a conclusion.

31. I prepared to manage knowledge used in two places in person by storing it in one place. I did this by transferring knowledge. First, I taught the lesson to the first person. Second, I followed the person until she met a second person. Third, I taught the lesson to the first person again. In this way, I prepared to manage knowledge used in two places in person by storing it in one place by transferring knowledge.

32. I prepared to become a teacher. I did this by being knowledgeable. First, I asked the top expert his opinion. Second, I asked the second-top expert his opinion. Third, I asked the third-top expert his opinion. In this way, I prepared to become a teacher by being knowledgeable.

Breasoning ListEdit

1. Serotonin, book of knowledge, price tag, bank cheque, receipt, book page.

2. Counter, character, word, line, page, 3000.

3. Deliverer, sand timer, sand, two words, three words, personal best time.

4. University, computational philosophy, mindmap, paragraph, breasoning, country.

5. A, 190, notebook, pen, brainstorm, philosophy.

6. Theatre studies assignment, grey megaphone, fabric, scissors, needle, thread.

7. smiling face, child, ring, A, 85, cap.

8. bucket, cheque, job description, book, assessment quiz, receipt book.

9. degree, watering can, experienced person, paper, assignment, hourglass.

10. computational philosopher, University, Nietzsche, Ubermensch, Darwin, screen.

11. Professor, educator, short course, philosopher, algorithm, A grade.

12. sanitarium, medicine, medicine argument, degree, body, happy face.

13. Employee, trainer, star sticker, form, teacher, government.

14. name, ladder, member, brother, sister, relation.

15. channel, ruler, jigsaw, puzzle, jigsaw puzzle piece, plus sign.

16. Businesswoman, party, certificate of registration, minutes of the first meeting, share certificate, money.

17. overseas office, ontology, plane passenger manifest, list of employees from a company, time, bridge.

18. Brain, functioning mouth, ear, reason, language, Prolog head.

19. model heart, three-d printer, plane, prism, second prism, cord.

20. Seat, two prisms, algorithm, point, row, connector.

21. Ball, small brick wall, base, brick, mortar, hemisphere.

22. Chain, family, Charles, Anna, star, rendezvous.

23. Lunch, objection, pole, red hemisphere, apple, square.

24. Match, magnifying glass, answer, index, required answer, transformer.

25. Protector, co-premise, departure point, destination, route, interpolator.

26. Exam, input, 3, synogrammar, stand, pot.

27. Person, aim, father, drawing, mother, protractor.

28. Hierarchy, bun, company, street sign, floor, worker.

29. Coach, a good person, lecturer, teacher, friend, calendar.

30. business pedagogue, output, conclusion, important person, question, essay.

31. Manager, knowledge, two places, person, store, transfer.

32. Tutor, research, top expert, second-top expert, third-top expert, grade.

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