Michael Litvak: Emotional promiscuity Emotional…

Mikhail Litvak: Emotional promiscuity Emotion ― the mask of stupidity Stupidity is very often wears the mask of Stupid people in response to accusations of wrong behavior stated: “I’m an emotional person!” Refers to negative emotions: anger, fear, anxiety, sadness Psychologists have long established that the lack of information and inability to assess the situation evoke strong negative emotions and the clever and the fool But an intelligent man of their failures makes the insights, gaining experience, and next time the same situation is normal, and negative emotions do not arise because everything is clear, even if is not all right to act and then the energy inherent in emotion turns into action, the foolish man it is irascibility or irritability Only short-tempered fool drains your emotions on others, and restrains them irritable and level guides and even brag about it: “Inside everything is boiling, but keep yourself in hand,” This is the worst kind of psychological training as soon As man grows wiser, he becomes calmer, not only externally but also internally Emotional if a smart man? Yes, and very Soon all of his emotions go into business! It resembles a navigable river, on which surface – surface and in depth, its Strength of flow is felt when you enter the river That’s why smart people are not very outwardly visible Emotional stupid man, reminiscent of a mountain stream that splashes its waters (temper) or has large thresholds (irritability), But in any variant of non-navigational uses another analogy that reflects the relationship of the mind and senses, the Mind should be viewed as a pipe for emotion, So the emotional person needs to have a wider pipe of intelligence than maloemotsionalny Then all the emotions will go into business And when a person is busy, he only has one emotion, while positive emotion of interest Then he succeeds, and his emotions from a wide pipe of high intelligence pouring into the vast ocean of joy And, perhaps, was not quite right La Rochefoucauld, who said that “the mind is a fool at heart”? Many people are afraid to get smarter, because you think that they will become insensitive breadcrumbs Vain fears Quite the opposite! Only a smart person can enjoy, and the more the mind, the higher the level of enjoyment

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