Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Coming Soon

A seminal piece on feelings and emotions versus reason and common sense. How these opposing forces work on our minds, adults and young alike.

Emotions can be powerful, feelings strong. And no one should blame you for seemingly succumbing to these forces. But everyone wants you to overcome feelings and emotions--however powerful, however strong--with reason and common sense. Strangely common sense brings wisdom that is uncommon.

Yet it is wisdom that saves. See you in this article soon.


1 comment:

Acacia said...

'the world goes round and we make our interpretations. our perceptions are so biased and subjective, guesses and assumptions, flawed analysis. a friend switches her phone off, does it mean she doesn’t want to talk to you, or that her battery’s run out? inaccurate interpretations result in inappropriate emotions, which in turn motivate actions.' from http://acacia265.blogspot.com/2009/04/three-legged-race.html

really looking forward to reading this piece.