What if you could just send your mind to work?

It’s called a Mind Garden.

And it’s where they keep all of the working minds.

Including yours.

Where are you?

You are out doing the things you love to do: maybe painting or gardening or taking photographs of your children as they romp and frolic in the pre-school playground.

But you’re not at work.

That’s where your mind is…churning and processing and utilizing all of the unique and personal experiences it has obtained during its brief existence. It is networking with other minds in the Mind Garden and executing a carefully constructed business plan in a perfectly efficient manner.

And it doesn’t slack off or get distracted by the news or a personal email account. It stays focused on the business task at hand.

And it doesn’t need a coffee break because it sits in a chemical bath just slightly peppered with caffeine (actually, that’s not true – there is no physical brain, just an immensely intricate net of calculations that precisely mimic the relationship between your neurons, dendrons, axons, etc.).

Yes, that is now possible.

It even has access to the conversation you had yesterday at the school playground with a fellow that shared your occupation. The two of you spoke extensively and he shared some key business information with you that is proving invaluable today to your work network.

How is that possible if the minds are physically separated? Well, they sync up overnight of course. That way, the knowledge gained by your work mind during the day is still captured by “you”. And, the experiences you had while enjoying yourself in your leisure activities – whether work related or not – can still be applied at work.

It’s how the automation maintains a personality.

It would bring about the next enlightenment.

It would double any country’s GDP.

It’s called a Mind Garden.

It doesn’t exist yet.

But it should…


About Yorick von Fortinbras

YvF is a writer, musician that stays sane by being creative while navigating the demands of life, looking for those holes where a spark can get through.
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