The way that I describe emotions, especially to those that are more analytical, is that emotions are data. We have emotions constantly in every interaction, both intellectual and interpersonal. Using that data to inform how we will respond (vs. react) can unlock the roadblocks we constantly find ourselves up against. The secret, in my experience, is that we have to apply this, all of this, to ourselves before we can apply it outward. We cannot give something we do not possess. The gift is it is not a linear process, my experience has been that as you apply these principles to yourself, they naturally become a part of how we interact with others. It is a mindset, a practice, and takes mindfulness and self awareness. Overtime it becomes closer to a habit as we stengthen that muscle. Like exercise, it’s not always easy or fun but always yields results.
The Rebel T7i slots into Canon's lineup directly above the earlier T6s (which remains on sale) and T6i (which, now that the T7i is here to follow in its footsteps, is no longer current). The next rung up the ladder from the T7i, meanwhile, is the simultaneously-launched EOS 77D. Take a look at the specs of the Canon T7i and compare them to that camera, and you'll find it's much quicker to list the features which differ between the two, rather than those that they share. These two cameras are very closely related indeed, even if only one bears Rebel branding.