Brain doctors and thinkers talk about how to be happy Part 6: People cannot live without a story 
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What supports the brain and heart to support life?
Can a person live without God or any action guidelines?
About heart support, dependence, freedom and God.
A break from the story.
This is the sixth dialogue between the neurologist Kazutoshi Fukagawa and the thinker Kenji Ogusu.
A person is a memory of the past.
The past can be changed, but the future cannot.
One cannot live without a story.
The story is the personality itself.
It is difficult to transfer the story itself.
I will tell you such a story.
Profile of Kazutoshi Fukagawa
Physician, specialist in the Japanese Neurological Society
Experts in brain disorders such as memory disorders, attention disorders, and higher functional disorders
1988 Graduated from Nagoya City University School of Medicine.
1990 Department of Neurology, National Nagoya Hospital (now National Hospital Organization Nagoya Medical Center)
1992 Internal Medicine, Koshino Health and Welfare Hospital
1994 Department of Neurology, Nagoya City Rehabilitation Center Hospital
2000 Department of Internal Medicine, Nagoya Moriyama Municipal Hospital
2004 Toyota Health Center for the Elderly
2006 Senior Manager, Higher Brain Dysfunction Support Department, Nagoya City General Rehabilitation Center
2008 General Manager, Higher Brain Dysfunction Support Department
2018 Department of Rehabilitation, Daido Hospital
Aichi Prefecture Higher Brain Dysfunction Support Promotion Project Consultation Support System Cooperation Coordinating Committee
Kenji Ogusu Profile
Representative of Mental Gym The Change
President of NPO corporation Zikosapo Japan.
Former Mixed Martial Arts Shooto World 2nd, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Asian Tournament Winner
NPO nationwide development, mixed martial arts shooter world ranker, Jiu Jitsu Asian Champion, Japan's No. 1 osteopathic clinic, and has been at the top of all genres.
And creating an “aerial thought” is faster when you realize that you are a “genius” rather than success or happiness.