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I think it's a very old and deep-seated double standard that holds that when a man writes about family and feelings, it's literature with a capital L, but when a woman considers the same topics, it's romance, or a beach book - in short, it's something unworthy of a serious critic's attention.
I think brutal honesty is extremely important. Don't be afraid of being up-front about your feelings and your life.
In Sweden everybody has this perfect surface. Everyone's very polite and controls their feelings.
You have to learn to overcome those feelings when somebody is negative about a production you love or if that production doesn't do well commercially. After 'Gone With the Wind', I felt older. I even thought about quitting the business.
I try to find my deepest, often hidden feelings about what's working and what's not. This is difficult because I do lie to myself without being aware that that's what I'm doing.
I'm a movie maker, but I have the same feelings as the average guy out there.
When we trust God more than our feelings, it confuses the devil. I mean, when he throws you his best shot and he can't budge you from believing God, he won't know what to do with you anymore.
I'm not just a boy toy. I have feelings and dreams like anybody else.
My reason, it's true, controls my feelings, but whatever its authority, it doesn't rule them so much as tyrannize them.
I write to express my thoughts, my feelings. I want people to think.
We apply law to facts. We don't apply feelings to facts.
All cultures have these feelings about non-functional areas of activity. And the more time people have on their hands, the more they commit it to those areas.
Poetry is a beautiful way of expressing feelings - happy, sad, angry, caring. It's also a way that we share with other people, to help them with those feelings.
But I believe we must not allow feelings of defeat to take root in our hearts.
Kids who have an understanding of how and why their feelings are what they are are much more likely to talk to us about what's happening, and they have better skills to work it out.
Poetry is really a way of sharing feelings and ideas.
So much of listening to lyrically driven music is projecting your own feelings and experiences into the music.
I was raised in a family where none of us ever raised a voice, so there was no room to express feelings of rage or even unabashed joy - a little bashed joy, here or there, or being mildly disgruntled.
As every student in Philosophy 101 learns, nothing can force me to believe that anyone except me is conscious. This power to deny that other people have feelings is not just an academic exercise but an all-too-common vice, as we see in the long history of human cruelty.
I have feelings. I'm not emotionally stunted.
You can tell I'm not too bashful about some of my feelings.
Brides today are increasingly sensitive to the tastes, feelings and finances of their attendants.
It has been very erotic and provocative for people to wonder about my feelings for women.
In poetry you can express almost inexpressible feelings. You can express the pain of loss, you can express love. People always turn to poetry when someone they love dies, when they fall in love.
The Lord will give you, if you ask, the feelings of the compassion He feels for those in need.
Henry B. Eyring
Leonardo da Vinci
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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