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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on September 20, 2001 04:47:49 UTC

Everything is logical (in this world - existence)


It appears illogical, correct me if I am wrong, when we don't understand it. Yes?


Logical response to logical stimulus. Yes?

Example 1: (Normal - logical)

Person 'A' will become angry at person 'B' when person 'B' does something to upset person 'A'.

Example 2: (Abnormal - illogical in appearance)

Person 'A' will not become angry at person 'B' when person 'B' does something to upset person 'A'.

What am I saying.

Emotionally, (normal behaviored person) we respond appropriately according to the stimulus.

If appropriately handled (perfect world), we can keep our emotional well being in tact let's say.
(very logical)

But if we are not emotionally well balanced then we will act in an unusual manner. (appearing to be illogical). But really, it still is logical (to us) as to how we react. Yes.

Many things that have happened to us, in our past, affect how we react to things/people.

To ourselves, we always respond logically, but to others it may appear to be illogical. Other people can't see inside ourselves, and cannot fully grasp why we react the way we do. A Dr., with intense study or a person who really understands the emotional systems of people, can speculate why each of us reacts the way we do to certain stimuli. Therefore, the Dr. or person who really understands, can see the logic behind "the madness", so to speak.

So, emotions are always logical from ones perspective. But could be illogical in appearance with respect to other peoples perspectives.

Get it?

Am I making sense?




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