WARNING: 'Emotions' and emotions are two entirely different things. Please try not to get confused. Further details will be explained in the future.
I am two, but they are not me.
They were once friends who died and reincarnated into this savage world as one of it weakest races of monsters, a Skeleton and a Low Spirit, one of them was famous at their school for his philosophical way of thinking, said:
“You have the features of a soul, and a I have the features of the dead, the soulless. So, theoretically if we combined we should became a living human, or at least something akin to it, some sort of a humanoid monster.”
That suggestion came when they were at the depth of despair, when they realized how weak and pitiful they were. Hunted by humans due to them being ‘evil’, hunted by monsters because they were weak…
So following that suggestion they tried combing countless times, but they failed spectacularly; every time they tried, the spirit passes through the skeleton like it was nothing but air, or should I say the reverse is true.
But then a revelation came to the Spirit.
“What we try is giving form to a human, but that’s is impossible because you and I have different views …show more content…
A good example for both cases would be “We”, they once were humans but they died in an accident, their confusion and their will, Emotions, to survive transformed them into an abnormality a ‘Wandering Soul’, which then was kicked out of their world due to them existing even though they shouldn’t. After arriving at this world, which counts Wandering Spirits as a form of energy spiritual energy, one of them merged with a skeleton of someone and the other became a floating mass of energy, a Low Spirit. All this talk is to simply say that Monsters can live forever with the right Physical Form, Strong Emotions and enough Mystical Energy, which brings us to the next point,
In this reading, Cohen proposes a sketch of a new modus legendi, meaning, “a method of reading cultures from the monsters they engender.”(Monsters page 11) He also says that he’s going to break some rules from recent cultural studies. Now, Cohen offers seven theses towards understanding cultures through monsters by their character, appearance and representation, such as: Vampires, the Alien, Frankenstein, Werewolves, Grendel, the Boogey man, and etc.
The sorcerer with his devil-like features had talked to him before the birth, he had made a similar deal to his with the family. He had made a deal of souls. “If you want immortality. My good and honest businessman. You must first make a deal of equivalence.” said the strange sorcerer. “And what is a deal of equivalence exactly” the man said in a caustic inquiry. “Well you see my boy, when one wants to be immortal you must first absorb two lives, if you have more than two, well you begin to become a vampiric being… And that’s not equal.” he said talking down to the dimwitted man. “That makes no sense at all?” said the burnt bulb of a man. “Well I’m saying it because of course it’s the basic rules of alchemy, if you don’t go by those rules… dire consequences become what is not wanted. You see what I say?” said the begrudged sorcerer. “Well, I guess so?” said the now broken-bulb man-tool. “Now are you ready for our deal or not?” said the annoyed man twiddling his brush-like mustache of his, as though bored by all the talk. “Well yes I guess…?” the man said. As he finishes the last word in the sentence the sorcerer repeats the same trick he had done to the family, and without a single word the man repeats what the husband had done when given the quill. Before long the sorcerer vanished like he did with the family, and bleakness became what was, the later night. The man foolish in thought glanced at the mirror to the left of him, it was not a mirror. It was a painting. A painting of what will and be him. He laughed at it, thought it was his eyes playing tricks. It wasn’t. For the paint’n beside him was the devil paint’n him. A day had it been since. A weary wind blew across the grotesque man’s face, his eyes becoming red with the power of the strange man he had talked to earlier that week. He felt
head. ‘How could he die as anyone but himself?’ ‘I don’t want them to change me in there. Turn
The poem “since feeling is first” is written by E.E Cummings in a stanza form with a total number of 16 lines. The sentences carry no more than nine words and no less than four words. It is about a man expressing his love to his beloved women. Cummings use of literary devices such as; metaphor, personification, imagery and denotation to express his feelings. “Since feeling is first” is a romantic poem that teaches a lesson about life. Its use of literary devices make the poem appealing to the readers.
The book states:“The whole village was roused; some fled, some attacked me”. Wherever he goes, the monster cannot find a person who accepts his way of being. This is shown in the different villages the monster visits. We see that the monster is attacked and harassed by the villagers. The rejection of the monster by the villagers symbolizes the rejection of people that belong to a different culture and that may show discrimination when someone new is
When the men of Agamemnon come to take Briseis, Achilles gives her up without a fight, despite how heavy his heart is at the thought of losing her. Once she is gone, Achilles withdraws from his companions and sobs, praying to his mother to understand why he is treated the way he is, why he isn’t treated with respect. His mother, hearing his laments, comes to console him, telling him that she will visit Zeus and try to sway him towards helping the Trojans and destroying the Achaeans, to make them pay for disrespecting the son of Thetis.
Our parents raise us hoping for us to develop certain character traits, but there comes to a point when we start to become our own person based on the experiences we go through, any situation, good or bad, can influence our personality mentally and emotionally. Emotion is what makes us human, it's how we cope and how we manage our crazy lives’. When our feelings get damaged or even nourished, it will change how we react
The best example of the monsters turning into the antagonist is after he saves a mans daughter and the man shoots and him. The monster, after this even says that this was the last time he did anything good. Mans cruel attitude towards the monster was not the only cause of his turning to antagonist, Victor&#8217;s attitude as well was a major contributor. Nature is forced to protect herself (or the monster) and man (or Victor) takes the heat making nature the antagonist and man the protagonist.
After examining several other version of the thought experiment, all of which has similar conclusions that a body swap has occurred, Williams presented a slightly modified version of the thought experiment, both in procedure and perspective. First, let’s suppose that he was one of the people going through this procedure, but the before part of the experiment plays out as such:
Emotions are things that we feel. We can feel a certain way and our choice on our emotions and the actions we make in order to feel this way and the words we say in order to feel better are on
In this study, Peterson and Docherty examines the emotional state of parents with schizophrenic young adults. The intent of this research was to detect whether or not overinvolved parents of schizophrenic people, blame themselves for the patients’ illness, as well as controlling behavior toward others. 54 parents of schizophrenic patients were assessed with the Camberwell Family Interview. As a result, parents who were overly involved blamed themselves for the patients’ illness more than parents who were less controlling. This research is a valuable source for my research, it is a concise overview of the role parents play in the development and treatment for young adults with schizophrenia.
Emotions? Many pet owners never knew that animals had emotions. On November 10th, 2016, a lady named Carol Burke from the kindness program came to Macklin with her dog, Sadie. Mrs. Burke taught us about animals, and also taught us many new things we didn't know before.
“By Luceras you will not succeed in your schemes, you foul monster,” said the hero, shaking in pain as his life is taken from him like a keg with a hole in it. Resthi Kiv’a the evil Necromancer laughed mercilessly as he watch in pleasure as the Hero died. “Fool to think an insect like you could ever hope to stop me. Me the most power necromancer in the last 1000 years!” Walking over to a floating eye sized sphere, the pale elder necromancer gazed madly at the sphere gripping at it, the sphere trying to escape his grasp.