I mostly agree with him on this one. (And I’m too lazy to create a blog entry tacking that issue.)
(PROTIP: Ignore the grammar and enjoy the above-par analysis)
Originally posted on Joseph on Perspectives:
According to the latest poll done by the United States-based research firm, Gallup, the Philippines is one of the most emotional countries in world compared with other 152 countries surveyed by the Gallup from 2009 to 2011. According to the survey, Filipinos were most likely admit feeling both positive or negative emotions, while other countries especially Singapore, were least to do so.
Looking with the results of the latest survey done by Gallup, it only shows that our society has been embedded with emotions especially in decision-making at all aspects in life whether political, economic, and social. Our culture tends to reward people who can give emotions so certain things of life while penalizing those who use reason and practicality in resolving problems on whether a individual problem or social problem.
It also shows the correlation between the tropical climate region where both the Philippines and Singapore located with opposite aspects on emotions and reason does…
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