At certain points in our lives, we make rash decisions due to our emotions getting better. Resentment can make us do things we later regret doing; fear can oppress our decision making and passion can obscure our judgment.
Over time, being emotional has been described as a foolish and ardent scourge of rationality and reason. Emotions are basic to our ability to function. Often, our emotions spur us to act. They also mold the foundation of our felt sense of morality.