Hello everyone. VAS HAPPENING. Hope you all doing good. Welcome to my little space and thank you so much for dropping by. Today I took the time out to make a last post for the event, LoIsInDaBl 2018. I thoroughly enjoyed the event and it made me realise about alot of things, for example, the words like, devotion, passion or even a gift can be so special when we look deeper into its meaning. I loved it. Would love to take part another time. Great experience!
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Okay, so I love this word “passion”. I guess it has a very strong association with everyone. Because every individual wants to do some endeavour in their lives and somehow or the other that thing becomes a passion and if Almighty wants you to adapt it as a profession, He guides you towards the path that leads to it. So what I belive is that every person must have a passion or a reason to live. We need challenges for our mental growth. Being passionate about things is very very important because it pulls you to do something extraordinary and it compels you to do things by going beyond your limits.
#don’tpanic #makeithappen #make_your_passion_a_profession.
I must say that I’m enjoying these prompts. They’re really amazing. Every day a new word with a strong meaning is being given and I’m actually liking one thing the most that is to use the word in anyway possible. This gives us the margin to think and write more. Thank you Bee for starting this thing.
Okay so today’s word is fondness. Fondness is liking or having an affection for someone or something. As humans, you can be fond of anything which pleases you or anything you like. If I’ll talk about myself, then there’s one thing I’m greatly fond off…can you guess what it can be ? Hmm, my blogging family who’ve been supporting me since day 1 can might make a guess. Okay😀 I’m not gonna put you in trouble. My fondness is for tea.😀 (if you’re interested in knowing me then kindly click on this link and know the fun facts about me https://jannat007.wordpress.com/2017/11/02/all-about-me/ ) I laaaaave tea. There’s nothing other than tea that makes happy when I’m bit down or sad. I only think of tea and everything’s fine. I start my day with a cup of tea and end it likewise. This is called a real ~FONDNESS~😁 The following picture can also depict my fondness for tea.
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Robert Plutchik (21 October 1927 – 29 April 2006) was professor emeritus at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and adjunct professor at the University of South Florida. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University and he was also a psychologist. He authored or coauthored more than 260 articles, 45 chapters and eight books and edited seven books. His research interests included the study of emotions, the study of suicide and violence, and the study of the psychotherapy process.
According to my today’s prompt , I’ll definitely focus on his theory of emotions. He considered there to be eight primary emotions—anger, fear, sadness, disgust, surprise, anticipation, trust, and joy. Plutchik proposed that these ‘basic’ emotions are biologically primitive and have evolved in order to increase the reproductive fitness of the animal. Plutchik argues for the primacy of these emotions by showing each to be the trigger of behaviour with high survival value, such as the way fear inspires the fight-or-flight response.
Robert Plutchik’s theory
Robert Plutchik’s theory says that the eight basic emotions are: