Agony experienced through grief and exhaustion is no different from the delight brought by excitement and satisfaction. The emotional states reached by these limits of physical boundaries are results of the stupor established when feelings are convinced that these experiences exceed the prior ones.
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Deep familiarity of a sensation greatly affects a person’s reaction towards it. An emotional state is only attained when it already foists a whole new idea into the mind for neither pleasure nor pain are defined by stimuli enforced by the senses rather they are produced by the profound ideas that have already defined them.
Intersection of them occurs due to their characteristic of being idiosyncratic. The result varies from each individual desire or standard. Truly, these two are by far very dissimilar from one another for they track opposing directions: one is positive and the other one is negative. Even though…
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