The question is why that is the case and the answer may well be the following:
The human brain has 2 radically different ways of functioning. The conscious and partly logically systematized functions account for less than 10% of brain activity, while over 90% of brain activity is in the form of subconscious wholeness perceiving processes. The result of such wholeness perception surfaces in the form of emotions, sensations feelings and intuition that subsequently are used in decision taking. That this is the case have been claimed by psychology for over 100 years (Freuds Icbjerg Analogy), and in recent years it has been scientifically confirmed through brain scannings.