If I may, the first paragraph is the only one that was phrased in such a way that might allow others to have something to elaborate their take on. Some historical facts, stated in a definitive way that doesn't really invite rebuttal or discussion. The final sentence is a reference to something I (and possibly others) have no prior knowledge about, yet it seems like a noble enough aspiration.
Well, uh, for me I can only think to add, I appreciate your vocabulary.
Don't be sad; keep blogging for yourself. And if you want feedback, think about what kinds of things your audience might take the cue to respond to. Even if it is just pieces.
It makes me sad all you took from this was the one paragraph.
A response to the first paragraph:
It is logical to theorize that emotion was developped because logic thought it wouldn't have enough time to act if it let its vessel think before being compelled to do what's most beneficial. Therefore, you can say that emotion is kind of like the old logic, from back when we couldn't think fast enough to respond in time. But there are probably some things that we feel that aren't too logical. I wouldn't know, I don't keep track of my life.
Logic and emotion aren't really separate, to me. When I feel emotion, I sometimes wonder why I feel what I do. Sometimes, I don't care and I stop trying to find answers. Like right nao. I don't care about answers because I'm feeling too much, even though I don't know what I feel.