In our species all have the same feelings, but we are emotionally different because the intensity of each feeling is different.
To explain to my 11 year old nephew how the human psyche told him he looked like an equalizer, as he has in his audio equipment.
Of course my example was very imperfect and rudimentary because later, refer to Wikipedia which is an "equalizer", I discovered that I'm not sure what it is and also I could not understand the explanation.
Imagine then that a "equalizer" is a device that allows you to select one by one notes that amplifies sound. Instead of having a single knob that increases or decreases by rotating the entire volume of the music coming through the speakers, an equalizer could increase or decrease the volume of each musical note composed the melody we want to hear.
Therefore, this equalizer imaginary no longer a set of potentiometers (volume controls) affecting each musical note.
The psyche is composed of all the feelings of our own species. Specifically I refer to love, hate, envy, jealousy, anger, revenge, and many more we all know well.
If these feelings were musical notes might think that the personality of each volume would be characterized by what are usually in our minds: much love and envy some long, others hate much but also are capable of great passion of love, there are very zealous, able of the most terrible revenge, and all the endless combinations that can be performed by varying the volume of basic feelings.
This rudimentary explanation has the benefit of being easily understandable.
An interesting conclusion we could draw is that we are all emotionally equal, but we differ in the intensity of each affection.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Somos afectivamente iguales.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.075)