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    • joanne1 year ago

      It’s everything I believe, we are too attached to our brains and a step away from our hearts and our souls..... a mystery we run from.

      • bill
        Top reader of all timeScoutScribe
        1 year ago


        FYI This is the same writer who wrote the “really read.it might save us all,” article over a year ago!

    • haje1 year ago

      You can't Excel your way to love and intimacy

      • bill
        Top reader of all timeScoutScribe
        1 year ago

        @haje this is so good!!!

        Through upbringing and schooling, many of us are dealt technical skills. And yes, those are necessary to function in society. But the ‘creative eye’; or a connection with our emotional selves, if you will; is neglected.

        That’s IT! Such a strong, important point. Upvote upvote upvote

    • jayvidya1 year ago

      I feel this every day as a music lover. Constantly seeking out music which walks this line if the name of the game.

    • aussak1 year ago


    • Pegeen
      1 year ago

      YESSSSS!!!! One of my absolute favorite episodes of Star Trek was when Spock was able to feel his emotions. VERY powerful for a young, oversensitive girl who grew up in an era where men were not encouraged to show their emotions. For anyone interested, there is a fabulous free 9 page PDF called Your Emotional Vocabulary List by Karla McLaren. She is a leading authority on Emotional Intelligence and I found her work life changing.