“If it feels good, do it,” was the moral imperative of my generation in the 1960s. It was fueled by Woodstock, the sexual revolution, and liberated proponents of the prerogatives of pleasure.
We’ve been told through the years in many different ways to follow our feelings. Remember the scene in Star Wars when Obi-Wan Kanobi told Luke Skywalker, “Trust your feelings, Luke! Feel the force!” Continue reading