Emotions: Two different Face

Emotions are like two sides of coins.
i) your emotions
ii) other people’s emotions
i) your emotions (gut feelings inside you that are about your points of view): relying on your instincts is actually a really good strategy. Because in order to know whether a thing or statement is true or false or simultaneously both of them existing together, you first need a statement. And that happens when you make an assertion about something, once you have done that you can do research to know whether your theory was right/wrong/both right and wrong. Emotions or the feelings that you experience are actually a good marker to consider while you make an assertion because if you don’t then you just mug up the words (Words coming from the mouth of all other people except you) and accept the reality that people want you to believe in.
ii) other people’s emotions (the feelings that people around you express while interacting with others): always beware of the emotions that you encounter which are not yours but that of other people. We all live in a world where we adjust according to what benefits we can get through the process when we move through life, so you never know whether the emotions appearing on a person's face are genuine or fake. in this case, you have to doubt/question those emotions and try to be a little skeptical, so that you do not take decisions due to a lack of data, awareness, or nuance of the topic.
these two elements of emotions are both nothing more than feelings, but they both need opposite treatment because one needs to be trusted and the other needs to be questioned. Hence two sides to coins.
But one thing that is common in both of these realities is research. Research to analyze and assess your theory. Your instincts may be wrong too on some occasions but if they are wrong, you will find it in the end result of the process that you go through to assess the situations. Also, there is a possibility that your research may lead you in the wrong direction sometimes, but that is because you lack the data & experience to carry out good decisions and there may be consequences to that. But, then you also must realize that there is a consequence to every single decision you make. Either you believe in yourself and with time learn to make good decisions to sharpen your instincts or leave the decision-making power & responsibility to someone else’s and face the consequences of that.

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