Bailey: On page 191, Hosseini uses imagery to appeal to the reader’s senses and create a more realistic setting. Baba’s study is described, and it’s mentioned that Amir can smell the “sweetbrier-scented breeze”. This, along with description of the “twin columns of smoke” that are coming from Baba and Rahim Khan, creates a calm and pleasant setting for the audience to imagine. Further down on the page, a different setting is introduced. Golden Gate Park is described with imagery that appeals to the reader’s visual senses, such as the sun sparkling on the water or the miniature boats on the lake.
I think that surfing works as a treatment for PTSD because it combines two things that benefit people: nature and exercise. Being out at the beach and away from the pressures of everyday life allows a person with PTSD to be able to let their guard down and relax. The sound of the water has a calming effect, and the sunlight will boost vitamin D levels. Vitamin D is a precursor to serotonin, which is a neurotransmitter that bolsters mood and relieves anxiety. Being outside also lowers levels of cortisol, which lessens levels of anxiety and depression.
Sumer rarely uses the drapes, because she savors the warmth that the sun brings as it shines through the window during the day. She also loves watching the sun set in the evening, and she enjoys stargazing as she falls asleep at night. Therefore, the curtains are best when they are left open. Sumer dreams of adventure. You can find remnants of past adventures all over inside of my four barriers, from the rocks on her bookshelf to the pictures in her camera.
When asked if the environment plays a role in the creative process of the participants there was a noticeable reoccurring theme of needing peace to allow creative thoughts to come to them. This idea of not forcing the thoughts and letting the mind wander was also prevalent across all interviews. (P4) 80-82 – ‘I like to block out distractions to keep my mind focussed and to not lose any of the creative energy.’ (P3) 76-78 – ‘I find it easier to be creative when I 'm in a calming environment with like good music and little distraction from the outside world.’ (P5) 87-88 – ‘creativity, I find peace and being alone is what’s best for me. I also find that I am most creative and productive at night. Though ideas’ (P1) 57-60 – ‘Definitely sunlight,
From below me I could hear the singing of cicadas and the chirping of bird, which blended together to form an orchaestra. A gentle blew against my face, bringing along with the salty scent of the ocean, not too far away. If I concentrated I could hear the waves crashing against the seaboard. It brought a calming sensation to my mind as though I was living a vivid fantasy. I sat down, and folded my legs together, which made it look like I was meditating.
However, the Bahamas has limited rain, low humidity, and balmy temperatures during the winter months. The temperature is usually between seventy and seventy-five degrees. The pleasant temperatures are created by the radiant sun that warms the earth below. There is also a gentle breeze that eases the heat and creates the most comfortable conditions for soaking up the glowing sun while on the beach. Beautiful beaches surround the lush Bahama islands.
Art is also able to make something unique through pay attention in creating abstract meanings of products. Henri Matisse, a painter, thinks the happiness is sheer and pure; it is a human right through his painting which is named Le Bonheur de Vivre. Comparing to the modes of movie, music and speech, this painting focus on using the color and simple lines to explain his happiness is. For example, this painting uses the warm color to draw all the subjects in the painting, such as trees, grounds, sky, and ocean (Matisse). Usually, people thinks warm color stands for happiness and cold color stands for happiness.so through the warm color used in the painting, the whole sense will give people a feeling of comfortable and happiness.
As the sun warms me I begin to grow comfortable not only in my clothes but in the place and the day” (675). The use of words such as “clear warm light” and “sun warms me” creates a lighter tone, the diction for feelings of comfort and warmth associated with the passage cause the reader to also feel more relaxed. Wendell Berry has become more at ease in the woods, and not only does he find happiness in the woods, and sees it in a new light, but also looks at himself in a better way, and becomes more accepting. He becomes more accepting of himself through his acceptance of nature and spending time isolated, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This acceptance that Wendell Berry finds is seen in the essay through the tone shift from dark to light, specifically through the use of darker diction/tone at the beginning and lighter in the end of the
Enjoy Newquay - A Unique Beach Town In The South Of England Great surf, friendly people and amazing cafes are only a few of the things Newquay has to offer. It is the perfect holiday destination for anyone who enjoys being by the seaside. There is so much to see, do and eat so make sure you stay for at least a week. Newquay is situated in the heart of Cornwall, a county in the southwest region of England. The area is known for long and rocky coastlines, beautiful villages and mild climates.
All you need to do is sit comfortably and conjure up a peaceful image in your head. It can be a vacation spot you are desperate to visit or a happy memory that brings you peace. Either way, visualize it and feel your stress melt away. This is also effective for visualizing future goals. 19.
This little getaway from reality had to earn its name of Sunset Cove. Therefore, hence its name, it has some of the most breathtaking sunsets to watch from the dock. Lastly, my favorite part is the beautiful beach with silky sand that massages
Reves sits almost playfully in the chair while dressed in feathers and smiling to herself. The cool blues give me a since of happiness and a peacful feeling as if Mrs.Reves is an easy person to spend the day with. The background with the two shades of blues reminds me of waves, and maybe an insight that this playful woman may have an ability to be more that what the portrait shows, purhaps a more tempermental side not unlike the waves on a