||Feelings tell us "how to live"
||Emotions tell us what we "like" and "dislike"
||Feelings state : "There is a right and wrong way to be"
||Emotions state : "There are good and bad actions"
||Feelings state : "your emotions matter"
||Emotions state : "The exernal world matters"
||Feelings establish our long term attitude toward reality
||Emotions establish our initial attitude toward reality
||Feelings alert us to anticipated dangers and prepares us for action
||Emotions alert us to immediate dangers and prepares us for action
||Feelings ensure long-term survival of self (body and mind)
||Emotions ensure immediate survival of self (body and mind)
||Feelings are low-key and sustainable
||Emotions are intense but temporary
||Happiness : is a feeling
||Joy : is an emotion
||Worry : is a feeling
||Fear : is an emotion
||Contentment : is a feeling
||Enthusiasm : is an emotion
||Bitterness : is a feeling
||Anger : is an emotion
||Love : is a feeling
||Lust : is an emotion
||Depression : is a feeling
||Sadness : is an emotion