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I remember looking at my daughter for the first time and wondering if that's the way my father looked at me. I could cry, because she's everything to me. I feel so blessed to be taught so much by her.
I'm the kind of person that if I see someone else crying, I cry too. I take on that emotion.
And I was very shy as a kid; if you sang me 'Happy Birthday,' I would cry. Quite shy. So the idea of being an actor, much less a model, was just out of this world.
All my songs are different, but from the overall experience, I want people to sense that they can overcome and move through difficult times and find strength in my music. Maybe it's a song that makes them cry and move through something else.
If you want to cry, you're not going to like my books.
I don't cry at books or movies. Ever. So imagine my shock and awe when I read 'The Time Traveler's Wife' for the second time, and I knew the ending, and I started to cry.
The audience likes their emotions to be touched. They want to laugh and cry and feel good.
Students never think it can be the teacher's fault and so I thought I was stupid. I was frustrated and would come home and cry because I couldn't do it. Then we got a new teacher who made math accessible. That made all the difference and I learned that it's how you present it that makes it scary or friendly.
Because of you, I'm running out of reasons to cry.
If you know somebody is going to be awfully annoyed by something you write, that's obviously very satisfying, and if they howl with rage or cry, that's honey.
A. N. Wilson
We all like stories that make us cry. It's so nice to feel sad when you've nothing in particular to feel sad about.
I cry when I feel moved by incredible generosity or a connection to someone. We spend so much of our lives being separated. It's the relief of connection that produces the tears.
'Ted' made me nearly cry. It's kind of like 'Marley and Me.'
It's good to actually cry. Trust me, I've had a lot of practice over the years!
There's nothing more haunting than the cry of a child that cannot be returned with food - the most fundamental expectation of every human being.
I cry so much less than I used to. I used to be one of the most teary people.
I have deep emotions about the American people. If I were to cry for anything, I would cry for them and the policies that they're about to face.
If I cry, it's about the personal loss of a friend or something like that. But when it comes to politics - no, I don't cry.
This is the generation whose first cry of life was the Hungarian uprising.
I used to have a blankie, and when my mom had to wash it, I would sit outside the dryer and watch it go round and round, and cry.
I don't think people cry reading 'Midnight's Children,' but a lot of people seem to cry watching the movie.
So I don't cry anymore, I just beat people up. It's a lot more fun.
These days cry out, as never before, for us to pay attention, so we can move through them and get our joy and pride back.
I remember when I was young, there was an older boy who was physically and mentally disabled. He had a speech impediment and walked with difficulty. The boys used to make fun of him. They teased and taunted him until sometimes he would cry.
Joseph B. Wirthlin
If you're fighting with your boyfriend, you can go to the movies and cry it out and leave happy because the ending of the film is happy.
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