Life full of flowers
Hans Christian Andersen told us:" just living is not enough. One must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.” When you were young, happiness was simple; now that you've grown up, simplicity is happiness. Do you still remember the childhood you spend with beautiful nature, fragrant of grasses and blooming flowers? Back to the Latin word “eudaimonia”: the highest good for human beings. Actually the explanation to this complicated word sometimes can be very simple, just a bunch of flower can bring good mood whole day to you.
The presence of flower triggers positive emotions and increases enjoyment of life satisfaction. It was the flower that first ushered the idea of beauty into the world long ago. Different flowers have their own color and shape, which bring enjoyments to our vision. Meanwhile there special aroma also makes us feel comfortable and cheerful. Apart from these, the leaves of flower have function to release oxygen and clean air. Living in such a beautiful environment, how can you keep a bad mood all the day? According to the Warder Davieds’s article “Flower=Happiness? The emotional impact of plants”, we know that flowers have adapted to our preferences in a number of ways, it seems. We have a preference for symmetry, we have a preference for certain colours, and we may also have a preference for certain smells. These preferences all evolved for specific purposes, but because they are general preferences. We would not necessarily need to be exposed to a flower to be attracted to it – it is configured in a way that our brain ‘likes’, which triggers the release of chemicals that result in our positive emotions.
Other than the beauty and comfort it brings to us, every flower has their unique language. The hidden meaning behind the flower always contains the special emotion which makes the receiver feel satisfied. In “Flowers to Express Your Emotions” R.K. Ambadi says:
Flowers are very close to our hearts and it can...
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