Logic or Emotion

by andrewtbarrett

So it’s to my understanding that I may write about anything on my mind. If that’s the case, I’m going to ramble on about my recent thoughts.
With every person I meet, I like to read their personalities. I do this to try to figure out what makes them happy, what drives their inner being.
Some people I meet, they appear so happy and cheerful. They’re in bliss, they are content with life itself and I can see it in their eyes. These people live in a world that positive image is crucial and adamant to their structure. Opinion is of grave importance and relevant with how they should perceive themselves as well. Maybe faith has a factor in this as well, I’m not entirely sure.
I personally really enjoy seeing happiness smacked on the faces of those around me. Yet I don’t understand it. I’m personally religious yet I don’t feel like I really am. I’ve talked to many pastors/priests/friends who always give me the same advice…Nothing that really sinks down and satisfies that thirst for understanding…Anyways…
Then there are those who seize the day profoundly and with direct logical understanding and meaning. These people I understand, yet I don’t see much happiness. I’m not trying to insinuate that logical people are unhappy, but that I, personally, see a difference in vibe.
Which brings to question, is logic ultimately depressing? Maybe blissful ignorance is the key to true happiness..
Maybe I’m chasing the wrong question, which is, “What is important?” 
I assume, in the end, happiness…But that makes one think, what makes you happy?
To answer that, I don’t know..
The randomocity of how my thoughts process and why I think these thoughts usually makes me think I’m ultimately insane or just not thinking correctly..
Who knows, I’m only 18. I think too much or maybe not enough.Image