feeling is a type of knowing

Saw this tweeted recently:

That’s crap.

Because it’s ignoring that what you feel is also what you know.

Have we learned nothing from Star Trek?

This plays back into what I was talking into about there being more than just “rounding up” a partner.

When I recently visited two female friends, it was great to see how they’d both managed to work past being broken like the rest of us.  Sure, they used logic in their choices, but there was still a strong emotional connection.  They both decided on someone, then did the hard work to make that relationship happen.

And it was pretty awesome to see things working well for them.  Because I suspect they both recognize that what they know includes what they feel.

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