The moods of the seasons
May 25, 2010 6:30am CST
Why do different seasons or changes in weather bring different mood to us? I like a sunny morning as well as evening in summer. In this part of the world there are not many distinguishable seasons. There are two ie; summer and the rainy season. winter is included in the season of summer.I live in Kerala state ,India. As I asked earlier, the change in the weather makes us happy or unhappy, cheerful or melancholic. There is a time to love and that is from october to december,especially in october when nature is all smiles. Even most boring and moody person would like to be in love in october. If he is old he will still be in nolstagic memories of his youth. The monsoon rains some times put on frightening looks with dark clouds covering the whole visible sky followed by thunder showers. It fills awe and fear at first the drops that hit the earthwith great forcelater, have a captivating effect. It may be different in different parts of the world and the feelings it evokes in different people may also be different...
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• United States
25 May 10
I have to agree with you that the weather and seasons really do affect my moods. Sunshine makes me feel so happy! This morning for example - the sun is shining through my windows and I just can't wait to get my day started! If it were raining though I can guarantee I'd be feeling sluggish and sleepy. This is why I love summer because it's almost always sunny! I also like fall because it's still sunny quite often and the color of the leaves are just gorgeous. I enjoy winter for the first few months - because the cold is something new and the first few snows are so pretty but one winter is here in full force I'm so ready for summer again! Not a huge fan of spring either because it often rains in the spring.
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26 May 10
i hate summer ,because the weather is getting hotter and hotter ,the heat is boring ,and i like the winter very much, although it is cold , but when i cover with a soft quilt, that feeling is wonderful ,so warm ,what i want to do is staying in that soft quilt on that time
25 May 10
I have been thinking about this a lot, and I have come to the conclusion that I am at my happiest in the spring. The winter and the late part of the autumn upset me a little, as I have diagnosed SAD, which means that feel down when there isn't much sun.. having said that, I always feel lethargic in the summer when it's really hot, so I think that the spring at the late summer/early autumn are the best times of year for me. Some people are different though and prefer the winter, like my partner, which is fair enough for them. Having said that, during the winter I always say that I cannot wait for it to be the summer, but I am never looking forward to the winter when it's hot..
• United Kingdom
25 May 10
In my home country we have a temperate climate. It is summer from June to August. Then it is autumn from September to November. It is winter from December to February. Spring is from March to May. I like fine weather which stays from May to September. I am fond of spring so it makes me smile. I love the summer and it makes me happy. I feel miserable in winter because it is cold. Traveling to another country it is possible to enjoy some winter sunshine. In January of last year I went to sunny South Africa.