Так, емоції пов'язані з діяльністю людини: наприклад важко уявити собі, що людина може їсти не відчуваючи при цьому ніяких емоцій, навпаки вона вибирає саме ту страву, яка не тільки вгамує голод, а й викличе позитивні емоцій. Емоція це радість (наче умовивід з логіки, так так і такий предмет я вчила в університеті), адже ми завжди з великим задоволенням робимо те, що приносить нам радість. Від наших емоцій залежить працездатність і бажання людини працювати: наснагу людині "море по коліно", і навпаки байдужа або негативно налаштована людина не володіє такими здібностями. Щоб б ми не робили, не думали, не говорили - все так чи інакше пов'язане з емоціями, оскільки вони, будучи суб'єктивною формою вираження потреб, є безпосереднє переживання людиною життєвого сенсу всіх ситуацій і явищ. (Це як так трохи розумних слів вранці в суботу написала) 💯
Bayberry Wax is very hard to make! It makes 15 pounds of berries to make 1 pound of wax! That is why it is said to receive the wax and to burn it is said to bring one good fortune and health.
It’s traditional to burn on Christmas and New Years and it’s Christmas time smell is perfect for the holidays. It is said to burn a bayberry into New Years will bring good luck all year! The wax can even be used in ointments, soaps, or crafts!
Hello world My name is Jaquan Johnson. In 2010 I received the swine flu vaccine & from then my life turned into hell. The teen health center in Columbus school told my mother if I didn’t get vaccinated I would become very ill & would possibly die,So my mother felt she had no choice but to vaccinate me. A Week later after the vaccination I started to get very bad pains in my left ear, then a bump started to grow. My mother took me to an ENT (ears,nose & throat specialist) they thought it was a cyst so they did a surgery on my ear. The surgery they did made it worst. My ear grew the size of a baseball. The ENT specialist simply didn’t know what it was so they referred me to Yale New Haven hospital. Going into Yale my life changed tremendously,They thought what I had was “Cancerous”. I saw so many specialist and so many doctors. Everyday of my life was a doctors visit. I was admitted to the hospital & was in and out of the hospital for over two and a half years. I had over 12 surgeries, missed a year of school, got homeschooled but it didn’t last because I was so weak and tired from all of the medications & surgeries I had. I had to have a bone marrow biopsy because they couldn’t think of anything else they really thought I had cancer. After a year and a half after surgeries, back and forth at the hospital, being admitted they finally diagnosed me with “Rosai Dorfman disease” it is a rare orphan disease. There is no cure for this disease it comes and goes as it pleases. It is not only in my ear it is around my heart, groin area and neck. Even being diagnosed I was still sick and going through pain. This disease is something that I have to live with for the rest of my life. This is just the beginning of my story and how I’ve overcome obstacles. God has me here for a reason. I’m ready to tell my story. #no#me#sad#photooftheday#forced#nurse#ellenshow#faith#miracle#government#spreadawareness#bridgeportct#hope#inspirationalquotes#unfair#repost#rosaidorfmandisease#mystory#luck#survivor#god#raiseawareness#sick#deaf#help#life#vaccineskill#vaccineinjury#health#vaccinesharm