>>I’ll be 10 paragraphs into a page when I snap out of my daydream and realize that I have no idea what I just read, despite the fact that I was actually reading the words.
I’ve found that I do this once in a while. It’s definitely time to stop reading when this happens. I have always been a good reader, and I wonder if this is what enables me to go on "autopilot" so easily. I’ve also wondered if somewhere in our brains, the content of what was read without attention is actually stored somewhere anyway. That would be kind of cool; if we were somehow able to figure out how to retrieve it later. It reminds me of what sometimes happens when driving a familiar route, (home to work or vice versa) and I get there and realize I don’t remember the trip or much of anything about it whatsoever.
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