Eduardo Galeano used to say that “the language that tells the truth is the language that thinks with the senses” and that the best people are those who are able to think with emotion and feel with thought.
This led him to make a statement that he “likes sensual-minded people who do not separate reason from heart. Who think and feel at the same time. Without separating the head from the body, let alone organize the emotions. ”
As much as we may get involved, our hearts operate following the logic of our own minds and vice versa. We are whole, thinking and feeling at the same time and realizing this we get closer to reality.
Mastering our feelings is necessary to remember what we deserve
With the senses, thinking is the secret that allows us to identify and unite in love, friendship, disappointment, joy, angels, and demons. We cannot break ourselves into several separate parts to separate our feelings from our own thoughts.
When we find that our challenge has befallen a complex relationship, we cannot try to guide ourselves solely on the basis of what we feel. Sometimes we have to push part of what we feel aside so that we can use our reason to put more value on what we really deserve.
In any case, our emotions and emotions have an impact on every single decision and event in our own lives (and besides, it’s a very good thing that this is the case, because otherwise we would be mere robots).
Sensory sensitivity of thinking, starting point for empathy
People have more or less the senses of sensitivity and perception brought about by the senses. There are people who think and act based on the belief that in today’s world, the conditions of life eat us dead if we are sensitive and pay attention to our own feelings.
For this reason, it is necessary to engage in self-examination, because in order to feel alive and at the same time surrender to be carried away, we must both think and feel. For how can we raise children if we always put logic first? How can we love if we give reason a more important role?
Many believe that bringing out reason at the expense of emotions is a sign of strength, and that our feelings and even sensitivity are signs of weakness and fragility. However, nothing could be further from the truth: the combination of the two is what makes us truly awesome.
Maintaining a philosophy that thinks the senses is one way to embrace life and the basic essence of what we really are. In fact, the people who think with the senses are the ones who gather the most charisma in the resume accumulated by experience, as well as the best ability to find a connection to their environment.
A person who thinks with the senses is a balanced person who offers other people confidence, good intentions, emotional intelligence, strength and strength to spread their own wings and provide free hands for their own goals.
People who think with the senses are the ones who best understand the importance of small details when it’s time to identify with the world. They understand better than others that our lives lack meaning without the bonds that connect us to each other and make us respect each other.
Celebrating the marriage of reason and heart is the foundation of our own well-being
We should thank for the time that has gently shown us that good things can happen at any time. Sometimes good happens on the playground of our emotions and sometimes caressing the bumps of our minds.
This is why it is so important that we do not separate reason from emotion, because both are necessary to understand the world and everything that happens to us and to make decisions.
The sensory-minded mind allows us to work with our environment and connect with others to make each relationship more satisfying. However, we do not always know how to strike a balance between things.
A well-functioning social brain is one that connects reason and emotion, for neither is better, worse, or superior to the other. Without emotional sensitivity, we will not be able to understand a world built on reason, let alone the other way around.
In reality, thinking without feeling (or vice versa) is seeing without seeing, hearing without hearing, loving without loving, and living without living. And such is just as impossible as the existence of a perfect and sincere smile without a sense of true joy.