Intensity as a basis for making Decisions

    Emotions are more mentally intense than logic is.

    Emotions remember no past and know no future.

    Making decisions based upon the inwardly-felt mental intensity of the available choices, chosing the most intense; means that that type of decision will not have learned from the past, in fact can never learn from the past. Because thinking that remembers the past is more logical than that which does not; and therefore is less intense.

    Making decisions based on intensity condemns one to never learning and always repeating the mistakes of the past.

(c) Giles Galahad 2018