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Johanna Bond

Johanna Bond is a master's student in the community mental health counseling program at the Warner School of Education at the University of Rochester.  She is from the Rochester area and graduated from Swarthmore College in 2010 with a degree in psychology and English.

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  1. Sat Man
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    Hello Johanna,
    Interesting Article that had me thinking about life in a slightly different direction from a television programme directed out into the world via a life satellite: 

    It’s interesting to think of ourselves as being “made”; as we start life with a set of pre-installed programmes that help us function and survive while our bodies replace life molecule over approximately 7 years I think it is – This means that atom by atom we are remade 10-15 times in our lifetime and the oldest parts are not our body but our first memories and the lifetime of information we assimilate and process

    Why use our life shell for reruns: repeating the same mistakes and relying on outdated knowledge when we can use each rebuild and modification to develop and improve  

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