Logical or Emotional ?

Determine what is or isn’t logic by using “no emotions” to judge the example of thought. 

The mind of a human lacks the knowledge and understanding it would need to process the correct amount of  logic needed to make sound decisions without using an emotional response.

The emotional mind always interferes with a rational and intelligent approach to understanding basic logical functions.  The main concept is almost always misinterpreted from the persons abilities of judgement with feelings.

No matter how much you want to neglect your emotional mind, you cannot escape the grasp it has on your logical thought process.

Humanity cannot sense the use of the emotional aspect of control that has our mind believing we are free.

With every thought we have, we are being trained and organized to follow what our heart wants and displaying it as a logical process, when in all reality our love for these things are what fuels our participation of them.

Money and power come from a “want” to, rather than a need to have, which displays the emotional aspect of thought. As much as we would like to believe money and power give us a level of comfort and safety it really desensitizes us from the “real” reality we were really meant to live.

 To make emotionally insensitive or unresponsive, as by long exposure or repeated shocks: 

“This movie in effect may re-sensitize people who thought they were desensitized to violence” (Steven Spielberg).

Free yourself from the chains of what society wants you to believe as true, You DO-NOT need money or power to make you feel worthy. You DO-NOT need sex and drugs to make you feel powerful.

Ask yourself this question:

How can you think for yourself,  if everything you listen to is from someone else’s ideas ?


We all want progress, but if you’re on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive. C.S Lewis


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