RE: Motions [HRoTV S2 Theme]
- Moving or changing of positions
- Bodily movements: Gestures. It's be interesting to explore universal bodily motions and how we can use them to communicate with one another without speaking the same language. Where did some of these international gestures originate from? Could make an inretesting Fake History piece.
- Law: Orders, rulings. How those motions can bring justice or injustice.
- Music: melodic progression. Change in motion or pitch. Range.
- Mechanical motions that come together to make things work. How one failed motion can prevent the entire apparatus from working.
- Idioms: Going through the motions. Put in motion.
- Emotions. According to Wikipedia, the origin of the word is as follows: mid 16th cent. (denoting a public disturbance or commotion): from French émotion, from émouvoir ‘excite,’ based on Latin emovere, from e- (variant of ex- ) ‘out’ + movere ‘move.’ The sense ‘mental agitation’ dates from the mid 17th cent., the current general sense from the early 19th cent.
Created: Apr 08, 2014