“Without sensitivity what would life be like?” author Michael Eigen asks in an article.
“Sensitivity nurtures us, gives life color, expressiveness, charm – provides a basis for terror. Sensitivity, feeling and thinking feed each other, are part of each other.
“Thinking and feeling are ways sensitivity unfolds or grows… without the sensory sea we take for granted, feeling and thought would dry up and die.”
It’s a nice reminder that our sensitivity is something we can celebrate, rather than avoid or condemn.
> quotes from article: Sensitivity – by Michael Eigen, PhD, author of book The Sensitive Self