The cerebrum is the largest structure of the human brain, and it is divided into two parts. The cerebrum is split into the right and left hemispheres, and each side is responsible for a particular task. A bundle of fibers helps connect both of the hemispheres, and it carries information from one side of the brain to another. The corpus callosum is the most massive bundle of fiber and creates a connection between the two hemispheres. The cerebral cortex is a nerve tissue that is folded immensely and lies on the surface of the cerebrum. Because of these folds of nerve tissue, there is more space for neurons within the cerebrum. The increase of neurons in the cerebrum boosts the brain’s power for processing information. The cerebrum is made of several distinct regions, which help a human being complete several tasks. Each specific region of the cerebrum is called a lobe, which has different responsibilities based on its location and structures. The lobes of the cerebrum are the frontal lobes, parietal lobes, occipital lobes, and temporal lobes. The frontal lobes are located at the front of the brain, and they are on top of the eyes; they help control voluntary movements and speech, memory and emotion, higher cognitive skills, such as planning and problem-solving, and parts of our personality. The parietal lobes, on the other hand, are located at the top of the brain and are behind the frontal lobes. The parietal lobes help to integrate sensory signals from the skin, and they are responsible for processing taste and some types of visual information. The occipital lobes are located at the back of the brain, and they help understand visual information and are needed to recognize colors and shapes to combine them with sophisticated visual understanding. The temporal lobes are located on the sides of the brain and are located at and on top of the sides of the eyes. They help with sending out visual information and auditory understanding information since they are associated with language. There are many essential parts of the temporal lobe, which help complete different processes. The brain is a large map that is difficult and enjoyable to understand, and it is a vital part of civilization. I encourage you to research more about your favorite parts of the brain to understand yourself better.