Swinging Freely With My Emotions

On his radio show today, Dennis Prager says he can’t think of any circumstance where he’d be governed by his emotions.

If Dennis Prager says it, it must be true! I wanna be like Dennis Prager. He’s my hero.

Crissy posts: “As opposed to being governed by what? Oh and how realistic is it not to ever be governed by emotions?”

I’m a very strong man Crissy. I am governed by my values, my discipline, my mind, my fears, grrrr… I’m in psycho-therapy, hope to sort this out… i am often governed by my feelings and not realizing it.

Crissy says: “I don’t doubt you are strong Luke Ford. I just think that all your effort to go against what is totally natural (in this case) is unattainable. I also think it would be kinda boring to hang with someone who is not free with their emotions.”

I’m pretty free with my emotions when I am with friends, but I don’t allow myself to be governed by them… I hope… Otherwise, I’d be a rapist and you wouldn’t want that, would you?

Leah Kleim says: “If your feelings dont govern you…you are cold and empty.”

Eliyahu points out this CBS news report from today:

“What motivates me is the opportunity to safeguard the rule of law,” Kagan said under questioning by a visibly frustrated Sen. Herb Kohl of Wisconsin, who asked her about her passions. “I think I will take this one case at a time if I’m a judge. It would not be right for a judge to come in and say, ‘I have a passion for this or that. …’ This isn’t a job, I think, where somebody should come in with a substantive agenda.”

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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