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B. Wright

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Guilt is a word which can be used in various contexts. The simple definition of guilt is the readiness to take responsibility for any wrongdoing. This means you are aware that your action has affected someone else negatively. Most times, when you feel you have done something bad to people, there arises a kind of conflicting emotional feeling in your mind. These feelings in your mind show that you are aware of your bad actions to people. However, guilt is not always the same as remorse. Remorse, on the other hand, is the feeling of regret or sadness for doing wrong.

You may be feeling guilty about your actions to people and might decide not to show it to them, but being remorseful will make you take total responsibility for your actions, and you will be ready for the consequences. In the court of law, guilt means the admittance of any crime. That's why when people are charged to court the first thing they would be asked is if they are guilty of the crime or not

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S. Barnes

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There is a clear difference between a person having an ego and having self-respect for oneself. The main difference is about the connotation of these words. One has a negative connotation, and the other has a positive connotation. If you have an ego, it is considered that you are egotistical and arrogant. You think very highly of yourself.

However, if you have self-respect, then you make sure that you are making the right decisions for yourself. Ego is the word that has a negative connotation, whereas self-esteem is the word that has a positive connotation. Many people should have self-respect so that they are making the right decisions, but they don’t want to take it too far and have a big ego.

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Photo manipulation is the converting or altering of a photograph to hide or change something you do not like or want to enhance. Photo manipulation has been around for many years and is considered an art form and it can range from hiding a freckle to making someone look like a creature from another world.

Airbrushing is a method that has been around for some time and is used to hide imperfections and soften the look of the photo. Back in the 19th century when it was introduced it was much more hands on the picture or the film; however, in this century everything is digital, and you can put someone’s nose on their elbow with the stroke of a key.

Photo manipulation was used for tampering with one example being a photo of Lincoln was transformed using the body from a picture of John Calhoun and the head of Lincoln. Manipulation has been used for political purposes to cover one thing or add another. It is used in journalism, fashion, social media, and celebrities. It can be a fantastic tool to create beautiful things, but too often the ethical envelope is pushed.

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World peace is something that our country, as well as many other countries, have been trying to achieve for a very long time. It is tough to have with other countries trying to sabotage our country as well as any country they try to invade for selfish reasons, such as trying to get oil or power over another country.

It is quite touching to see when troops go out to fight the good fight when they are struggling to foster peace, by way of a treaty or help with food or clearing of natural disasters. World peace is possible, but it takes a lot of collaboration amount in every country to get the most positive results.

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Isaiah Williams

To have respect that person who're down and need you be left alone for a little while.

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Yes, This isThe king cobra.

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PenneySummer

If I am to describe myself with an emoji, it would be the Ok hand. The OK hand sign is a gesture that shows the index finger and thumb touching to make an open circle between them. The ok hand sign means “perfect”, “cool”, “okay”, “sounds good” I have a personality that is so laid back; I take life easy and at my own phase.

I believe the right words to describe my person are: Cool, calm and collected. I am all about simplicity, and you’re keeping it nice and simple.

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T. Lopez

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Feelings and sentiment are words which talk about how human beings react and express their emotions. Emotion simply means a person's internal state of being and involuntary physiological response to an object or a situation, based on or tied to physical state and sensory data. Feelings and sentiment are usually used interchangeably, probably due to the fact that they are both synonymous in some contexts. Feelings and sentiment, however, differ in some ways. The seemingly differences between them can be expressed in terms of their usage and the exact meaning for each of the two words. Feelings have to do with someone's level of emotional sensitivity.


It has to do with how we react to our emotions by making a kind of impression that best explain our current state. What you feel and how you are feeling will determine what your emotional response will be. Sentiment, on the other hand, is a kind of feeling one has towards something. That feeling can alter or influence your judgement about something. This is not as strong as what feelings entail. By being sentimental, You can decide you defend a notorious criminal probably because you love him.

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The theory that claims that emotions are organized in the brain is called The Cannon-Bard Theory. The cannon-Bard theory is also referred to as the thalamic theory of emotion. It is more like a description of emotions that is given by Philip Bard and Walter Cannon.

According to this theory, human emotions and physical reactions to those emotions including trembling, muscle tension, and headaches, all go simultaneously hand in hand. Going deeper into this theory, it is set upon the premise that emotions are a result of nerve impulses send to the brain through the thalamus, as a response to any stimulus.

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