Do you wait for the feeling to come in order to act? Or do you act "as if" and then the feeling
I'm sorry, I don't understand this question at all.
Act based on what is right for the situation, not until you get the energy or motivation to act.
By definition all human beings act in response to a "feeling" whether this is a conscious impulse (like hunger) or an urge embedded in our subconscious.
We are not autonomous agents independent of our conscience that compel us to action.
Interesting that sometimes when in malaise, our best course of action is just to put one foot in front of the other. Somehow the physical propulsion moves us into a space of understanding what must be done and the energy to do it.
And the mystery of free will informs us that ultimately no one ever chooses to do anything (whether pro-active or non-active) that they do not freely decide to do.
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