The Head, the Heart, and the Stomach
What we eat really does matter. It is time we listen to our heads, hearts and guts.
Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Eat More Yogurt
For the past year or so, an idea has been brewing in my head. Or maybe it’s really been fermenting in my large intestine, and has finally bubbled up towards my brain. It has to do with the roots of who we are — why do we do what we do? What’s pulling the strings of humanity? Who’s really making the decisions around here?
Throughout history, there has been a dichotomy about decision-making — should you follow your head, or your heart? If you follow your head, you are aiming to make a rational decision — one thought out thoroughly, consequences and all. If you follow your heart, you are making an emotional one. There are those of us who tend to follow our heads and consider ourselves animals of logic, and those that follow our hearts, the animals…
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July 28, 2014 at 7:11 am
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