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The battle betwixt logical thought and human emotion
    #3569764 - 01/02/05 02:59 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

Take for example, the death of a loved one. You know they're gone, but part of you refuses to believe it, to accept it. Your logical knowledge and your natural engrained emotions face head-to-head in battle. It comes to a point where you must make the move to shape your feelings via rationalization. One's environment and living situation has shaped one up to this point and now one is at the point where one may shape oneself, one's own thoughts become one's environment thereby shaping the very core.

apologies for the ramble, I had to put it somewhere. hope someone may add.

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Re: The battle betwixt logical thought and human emotion [Re: KackleDude]
    #3572451 - 01/02/05 08:19 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

one uses the word one one too many times.

i agree with you tho, theres a point where your emotions will contradict rational thought, even though your aware its irrational.

Thats what emotions are tho. Thats why love is so great and so terrible at times.

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Re: The battle betwixt logical thought and human emotion [Re: Yarry]
    #3576613 - 01/03/05 10:27 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

The power of emotions comes from the longstanding habit of an irrational perception of reality. You expect everything to stay the same, and it doesn't. You expect to be able to poses things, but you can't. Because we are so used to seeing the world the way it isn't, and we are so addicted to doing so, we empower strong emotions and create great pain that clouds logic. Without the habitual delusions it is much easier to deal with things rationaly.

1. "After an hour I wasn't feeling anything so I decided to take another..."
2. "We were feeling pretty good so we decided to smoke a few bowls..."
3. "I had to be real quiet because my parents were asleep upstairs..."

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