Human Emotions

It may appear that some people feel too much of every little emotion, while others, are seemingly devoid of any human emotion. How does one find homeostasis? Why is it that some people achieve homeostasis effortlessly, while others are constantly teetering back-and-forth on the see-saw of emotional lability?

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The Selfish Heart

“Some say, the heart is the most selfish organ in the human body because it keeps all the good blood for itself. The most oxygenated blood and distributes the rest to every other organ. So in a sense, maybe the heart is selfish. But if the heart didn’t keep the good blood for itself, the heart would die.”

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Selflessly Selfish

I’ve contemplated this conundrum to great lengths, never truly satisfied with a response. I’m not sure if the following comes from societal standards, wisdom from our elders, or merely common knowledge, but it seems to be at its utmost importance now, during this pandemic, that you should take care of yourself first, before trying to help others. However, caught up in our increasingly, faster, always on-the-go lives, we forgot to leave some room for ourselves.

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A Beautiful Little Fool

I think about the beautiful little fool often, wavering back and forth on whether I, myself, would want to be a beautiful little fool, or if I’d rather be right where I am, aware of myself and the world around me.

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The Dog Park Dilemma

Why is it that people still think it’s okay to not pick up after their dogs? Am I really performing a social good if the result is that less and less people pick up after their dogs? Is an act a social good because it is inherently good or is an act a social good because of the outcome or repercussions?

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The Smartest Man in the World

I often think about the smartest man in the world. While I envy him, I also greatly pity him. To be the smartest man in the world, he must also, to some extent, be insane. The smartest man in the world lives the most absurd life out of anyone.

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