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So much of listening to lyrically driven music is projecting your own feelings and experiences into the music.
Brides today are increasingly sensitive to the tastes, feelings and finances of their attendants.
Poetry is really a way of sharing feelings and ideas.
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.
You can tell I'm not too bashful about some of my feelings.
Art makes us feel less alone. It makes us think: somebody else has thought this, somebody else has had these feelings.
The Lord will give you, if you ask, the feelings of the compassion He feels for those in need.
Henry B. Eyring
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.
The basic premise that children must learn about emotions is that all feelings are okay to have; however, only some reactions are okay.
A little prosperity and peace, or even a turn slightly for the better, can bring us feelings of self-sufficiency. We can feel quickly that we are in control of our lives, that the change for the better is our own doing, not that of a God who communicates to us through the still, small voice of the Spirit.
Henry B. Eyring
It has been very erotic and provocative for people to wonder about my feelings for women.
Sometimes I read about someone saying with great authority that animals have no intentions and no feelings, and I wonder, 'Doesn't this guy have a dog?'
Frans de Waal
When a man is able to connect with his feelings, he is able to care more.
I embrace treats, but I'm also very wary of treats. Treats help us feel energized, appreciated, and enthusiastic - but very often, the things we choose as 'treats' aren't good for us. The pleasure lasts a minute, but then feelings of guilt, loss of control, and other negative consequences just deepen the lousiness of the day.
My reason, it's true, controls my feelings, but whatever its authority, it doesn't rule them so much as tyrannize them.
There's feelings there, but I think I've just been pretty good at trying to hide my emotions throughout the years. I try to have the same demeanor each and every day.
The best thing about science is that hard, empirical answers are always there if you look hard enough. The best thing about religion is that the very absence of that certainty is what requires - and gives rise to - deep feelings of faith.
It's hard for me to put my feelings into words.
At the end of the day it's going to hurt your feelings if someone says something mean about you, but I've learned to take a step back and ask myself if it's really going to affect me, if this person who I'm never going to know or meet doesn't like me - and it doesn't.
I'm so lucky to have been raised the way I have, because my parents believed that everyone had the right to their own feelings, opinions, and existence; as long as they weren't harming others, you had to defend those rights.
Nothing is more repugnant to me than brotherly feelings grounded in the common baseness people see in one another.
I think a movie is a media that is evoking feelings.
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.
In the first phase of shock over, say, your mortgage being called in or your job washed out, it's essential to engage with others and share the fear, release the feelings, do fun things to take your mind off it.
I am not learned, but I have as good feelings as any man.
Joseph Smith, Jr.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Leonardo da Vinci
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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I was obliged to be industrious. Whoever is equally industrious will succeed equally well.
Johann Sebastian Bach
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