Feelings, “Being Joy, Fear, Emotions, Anger and Sadness is dependent on what you can see,hear,smell or remember.”
Be glad you can have so many different feelings because without them every day would feel the same!
No matter how you feel — best or worst — it’s healthy to put your feelings into words. It helps us feel better when we’re happy, sad or scared. Our feelings are like ‘Personality Island’ which occupy territory inside our mind. They include friendship, family, honesty, even goofiness.
Pixar, the animation studio owned by Disney, is famous for crafting movies that capture that complex mix of emotions. Think about the heart-rending scene in:
“Up,” : A couple’s loving marriage passes by in a minute.
Wall-E: wordless comedy in a post-apocalyptic(donating and relating to the time) landscape.
“Toy Story” : The deep nostalgia of the toys remembering the happy days when they were played with.
The animated movie of the summer, “Inside Out,” does more than capture these emotions — its plot actually revolves around them. The film’s main characters are the emotions in a little girl’s brain, where five core emotions of Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear and Anger – each imagined as a tiny person, and the storyline focuses on how to recover joy after a disturbing experience.
I have something to share with you all and I hope taht it would be helpful for your future:
About above mentioned movies specially “Insideout”.
i) All emotions are important and helpful at times.
ii) We can have more than one feeling about an event.
iii) Sadness is important and can foster connection with other people.
iv) Feelings about past events can change over time.
v) Expecting someone to be happy all the time is impossible.
vi) Emotions may look a little different for each person.
“Sharing your feelings is like a repair center, get your emotions repaired from time to time and make your life journey smooth and excited.”
—— Pratibha Trivedi ( Computer Science Teacher )