What people call “disorders of the brain” are a major source of distress for many people, handling their own different ways of thinking or trying to help their family members handle theirs. Autism, ADHD, and other Disorders of the Brain do not doom people to less than satisfactory lives at all, but they do frighten people and those around them who are baffled why they don’t see the world the way most people do. Mind and the brain are not the same. The power to think is universal. Reactions to our personal thinking can inhibit our appreciation of the gift of Thought or our willingness to embrace our own way of thinking. There is still much we don’t know, but what we do know is that no one is broken or damaged.