How You Think Is How You Will Feel: To prove that our emotions possess inherent qualities of beauty and horror, then if you were to, for example, have the thought of something being the most profoundly beautiful thing in your life such as a character or moment, then that thought would make you feel a positive emotion. This positive emotion would literally take on that profoundly beautiful quality. Thus, producing an objective good and beauty that is being experienced in your life. This objective goodness and beauty takes on different forms (feels different). For example, a feeling of love (a positive emotion) would feel different than the feeling of joy or excitement from going to the carnival (another positive emotion). Therefore, the light takes on different tones and atmospheres in our lives to make our lives beautiful and good in various ways. The same concept applies to the darkness.
This means that our subjective value judgments of good such as thinking it is a good day today make us feel a positive emotion and this positive emotion is the objective good. Subjective value judgments of things having bad value in our lives such as thinking that a certain situation is terrible would make us feel a negative emotion which would be the objective bad. After all, our positive emotions are already objective wanting and liking. So, why wouldn't they also be the objective good in our lives, too? Here is a study that points out our positive emotions being objective wanting and liking:
We have found a special hedonic hotspot that is crucial for reward 'liking' and 'wanting' (and codes reward learning too). The opioid hedonic hotspot is shown in red above. It works together with another hedonic hotspot in the more famous nucleus accumbens to generate pleasure 'liking'.
‘Liking’ and ‘wanting’ food rewards: Brain substrates and roles in eating disorders
Kent C. Berridge 2009 Mar 29.
Even if our emotions were drug induced rather than induced by thoughts, they would still be the objective good and bad. I would also like to set up a little experiment (survey) that would support my theory. Go ask as many people as you can as to whether they think that their positive emotions are an objective wanting and liking. I bet they would deny this and say they aren't. This proves that people are having false judgments regarding their positive emotions. Who knows, our positive emotions might be an objective good and people are only denying this, too!
Tones And Expressions
If you were to witness a baby or a child, then this child would display positive tones and expressions if he were to feel a positive emotion. Likewise, he would display negative tones and expressions if he felt a negative emotion such as anger or fear. He would display angry tones/expressions as well as fearful ones. However, there are a few exceptions since people can actually display negative tones/expressions when feeling a positive emotion and they can display positive ones when feeling a negative emotion. But the point I am trying to make here is that our brains are wired by default to respond to positive emotions with positive tones and expressions and to respond to negative emotions with negative tones and expressions. This means that there is some reflection going on here.
These positive tones and expressions would have to reflect the inherent positive nature of our positive emotions. The same applies to our negative emotions. This would also have to mean that positive thoughts reflect positive emotions and negative thoughts reflect negative emotions. It's no different than the objective wanting and liking (our positive emotions). People tend to respond to these emotions in wanting and liking ways. These wanting and liking expressions, thoughts, and tones reflect the inherent wanting and liking characteristics of our positive emotions. From here, it would follow that if people display thoughts, tones, and expressions that indicate their lives are good, beautiful, and worth living while having positive feelings of excitement or joy, that this would also reflect the inherent goodness and beauty of our positive emotions. The same rule applies to negative emotions.