Definition of Mood

Normally, we use the word encouragement as a synonym for the terms energy , will, effort and courage , so for example when we want to increase the desire and energy of someone to do something, we usually say: " up your spirits, you can do it ", or When we want someone to take courage to do something, we will say: “you have to gather more courage and tell Juan that you don't love him anymore, it will be the best ”, or for example when a team reaches the decisive stage in a competition , who directs it, will gather its members and tell them: " Courage, there is nothing left to achieve the dream ."

Energy, will, desire or intention
On the other hand, the term is linked to desire or intention .

“ No offense, but the food was really disgusting. Enough already, I don't feel like fighting with you . "
The origin of the concept derives from the words, Greek anemos, which refers to wind or blow, and from the Latin animus, which implies the will that makes us act in a certain way and with energy oriented towards a specific cause or intention.

The spirit then is also the desire and the forces that we put into the actions that we carry out day by day.

As we said above, when we feel sad and anguished by something that happens to us we will be in low spirits or in a bad mood, therefore what we do will be done with a bad disposition and surely things will not go well.
This we mentioned will configure what is commonly called a state of mind.
Bad and good spirits
When someone is in good spirits, it will not be necessary to push them to anything, since they will naturally be predisposed and wanting to do things.
While on the contrary, when someone is not in a good mood because of something bad that has happened, it will be necessary to support them and encourage them so that they can go little by little feeling better.

The affection and affection are basic and very effective tools when it comes to lifting someone's spirits, so will the accompaniment, a gift, among others.
Meanwhile, when you speak of good spirits or say that someone is in excellent spirits, you will want to refer that the person is happy, cheerful, and with an unequaled positive predisposition, therefore, it can be the ideal state to approach him with any reason that you have.

“ Resting in the afternoon puts me in a very good mood. I'm going to take advantage of my boss's good spirits to ask him for a raise . "
And then, on the contrary, when you are in a bad mood or it is said that this or that has a downcast spirit , such a situation may have to do with some sad event that has happened in your life, with a problem that could not be solved , with a tragedy that was suffered, or simply with a depressive state.

“ I am in the mood for the apartment after the death of my uncle. I have not been able to fix the house and that puts me in a very bad mood . "
When a person maintains discouragement over time, it will be essential to consult a professional to evaluate the case.
The term is often used as a synonym for bravery, courage, courage, daring and energy, while the other side is discouragement.
Use in law
At the request of the Law , the concept of spirit has a common and widespread use to refer to various issues inherent in this context.
For example, to configure certain acts and events, courage is necessary, so much so that for an act to be considered malicious, there must be on the part of the perpetrator the intention to deceive and harm the other.

The existence of this intention or not in a criminal conduct will affect the determination of a judge or court to increase or not the penalty with which the illicit is punished.
On the other hand, and following in this context, the intention of profit is called , whether of a person or an organization, to obtain profits from a legal act . Companies are those that pursue the profit motive through the commercial operations that they specify, on the contrary, non-governmental organizations do not seek any profit but rather pursue the good of the society or community in which they operate.

 

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