Fact: We can't always trust our emotions. We can recognise, in hindsight, when we acted in a way that we came to regret, or we felt a way that we now dismiss as silly or invalid. So, then, when do we know when our emotions are on the mark? At what point is what we're feeling actually true or genuine, if we know we can feel, say, anger very keenly for about fifteen minutes, but find that it fades just as quickly as it comes? Were those emotions valid? Which part is me, where am I in all of this? How much of me is my logical mind, how much of me is my heart? Is it a fifty fifty balance?