01 MAR 2011 by ideonexus

 Emotional Investment is a Vice

Emotionally Interested People Resemble the Mentally Impaired > Conclusion > The Samurai, or "Voluntary Nobility"
To be emotionally invested in something, to feel passionate about it, corrupts our objectivity, and turns us into fools. Psychologists know this, and HG Wells saw it as a vice in describing his Modern Utopia.