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The feelings belong to an 11-year-old, so they're simple and easy to comprehend: joy, sadness, anger, fear, and disgust. We meet them; we recognize them, and we watch them interact with each other and with Riley's memories — tangible orbs, each assigned with an overwhelming feeling (happy memories, sad memories, angry memories.) Some of these memories are "core memories," and they're the ones that contribute to Riley's core: An honest, hockey-loving, goofy girl who loves her family and friends.

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Or (this is my problem) if I am jealous of someone’s fame, it’s because I believe I need more fame to be fully satisfied.


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