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31 Feeling Things Deeply Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Jerry DeWitt: Religion does a lot of good, especially the loving kind, like at Grace Church. I Religion does a lot of good, especially the loving kind, like at Grace Church. I know people who went to a more liberal kind of Christianity and were happy with that. The problem is, for me, there was a process involved in moving from Pentecostalism to a more liberal theology, like Grace Church. What makes me different is that process didn't stop, and it took me all the way. In the end, I couldn't help feeling that all religion, even the most loving kind, is just a speed bump in the progress of the human race. — Jerry DeWitt
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Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Jacquelyn Frank: Siena." He repeated her name on a sigh as he swept her tightly against himself. Siena." He repeated her name on a sigh as he swept her tightly against himself. Elijah had never known such elation as he had felt when she had said her words of love. All of the rest, the recriminations and sorrow, could not penetrate that feeling. He nearly squeezed the breath out of her as he tried to pull her deeply into his body. "I would think you would realize that I am too stubborn and far too egotistical to die without the satisfaction of hearing you tell me these things. — Jacquelyn Frank
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Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Robert Shapiro: Race is not, and will not be an issue in this case. Race is not, and will not be an issue in this case. — Robert Shapiro
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Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Paul Beatty: At least Lars was curious about the appeal of jazz to black folk; for most At least Lars was curious about the appeal of jazz to black folk; for most observers, such ponderation is akin to contemplating why gorillas like bananas. The attractiveness of jazz to the nonblack is well documented in publicly funded documentaries where experts speak of jazz in the past tense. They look authoritatively into the camera and ingratiate themselves with the Man by saying things like, "White people were hearing something in jazz that says something deeply about their experience. I'm not sure that it would have been this way if we were not a country of immigrants ... so many people felt kind of displaced ... I think that was part of its amazing appeal, was how it spoke to feeling out of sort and out of joint and maladjusted."
What hogwash. Does my fondness for classical music make me well adjusted? Besides, people who are really fucked up don't turn to jazz; they turn to heroin, opium, whiskey, and Vonnegut. — Paul Beatty
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Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Jacqueline Simon Gunn: Jacob being sensitive is an endowment. Think about all you'd miss out on if you Jacob being sensitive is an endowment. Think about all you'd miss out on if you didn't feel things so deeply, or see things so clearly."
"But feeling good things deeply means you feel bad things deeply, too."
"Would you rather walk around oblivious to the meaning of things hidden under the surface and the opportunities to feel wonder and joy? Would you want to miss out on moments that take your breath away? — Jacqueline Simon Gunn
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Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By David Lloyd-Jones: If you look at your past and are depressed it means that you are listening If you look at your past and are depressed it means that you are listening to the devil. — David Lloyd-Jones
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Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Hugh Laurie: Success on a cosmic level completely eludes me. I'm deeply suspicious of things being too Success on a cosmic level completely eludes me. I'm deeply suspicious of things being too good. It's part of my superstition, I think, to generate pain in order to give the illusion of gain. I'm not saying I reject success, but honestly, I don't quite know how to deal with it. It's an old feeling: As soon as you have the thing you've been going after all your life, that reasonable degree of security, you start kicking against it, doubting it. — Hugh Laurie
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Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Al Pacino: It's not personal, it's strictly business It's not personal, it's strictly business — Al Pacino
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Homer: Internet! Is that thing still around? Internet! Is that thing still around? — Homer
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Grey Owl: Yet the scene around me had its influence, and a guilty feeling possessed me as Yet the scene around me had its influence, and a guilty feeling possessed me as I realized that of all present in that place of peace and clean content, I was the only profane thing, an ogre lurking to destroy. The half-grown ferns and evergreen sedge grasses through which the early breeze whispered, would, if I had my way, soon be smeared with the blood of some animal, who was viewing, perhaps with feelings akin to my own, the dawning of another day; to be is last. Strange thoughts, maybe, coming from a trapper, one whose trade is to kill;but be it known to you that he who lives much alone within the portals of the temple of Nature learns to think, and deeply, of things which seldom come within the scope of ordinary life. Much Killing brings ine time, no longer triumph, but a revulsion of feeling. — Grey Owl
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Molly Friedenfeld: Let us do those things that our heart is asking us to do and from Let us do those things that our heart is asking us to do and from this day forth allow all souls that leave our presence feeling honored and deeply loved. — Molly Friedenfeld
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Gaston Bachelard: For a knowledge of intimacy, localization in the spaces of our intimacy is more urgent For a knowledge of intimacy, localization in the spaces of our intimacy is more urgent than determination of dates. — Gaston Bachelard
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Connie L. Smith: The beach looked beautiful this time of night. She'd always loved the ocean, spending many The beach looked beautiful this time of night. She'd always loved the ocean, spending many of her summers on its sand and in its waters, but she'd never witnessed it like this. Completely night, and completely alone. The waves crashed against the shore, the moon's light shimmering off the currents like glitter, stars speckling the sky above and wind rustling her hair as she took it all in. Sitting here in solitude, it felt as if it existed just for her. The water, the moon, the stars, the wind - all a beautiful masterpiece constructed only for her viewing. — Connie L. Smith
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Aldous Huxley: It's dark because you are trying too hard. Lightly child, lightly. Learn to do everything It's dark because you are trying too hard. Lightly child, lightly. Learn to do everything lightly. Yes, feel lightly even though you're feeling deeply. Just lightly let things happen and lightly cope with them. So throw away your baggage and go forward. There are quicksands all about you, sucking at your feet, trying to suck you down into fear and self-pity and despair. That's why you must walk so lightly. Lightly my darling ... — Aldous Huxley
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Sylvia Plath: My mind is, to use a disgustingly obvious simile, like a wastebasket full of waste My mind is, to use a disgustingly obvious simile, like a wastebasket full of waste paper; bits of hair, and rotting apple cores. I am feeling depressed from being exposed to so many lives, so many of them exciting, new to my realm of experience. I pass by people, grazing them on the edges, and it bothers me. I've got to admire someone to really like them deeply - to value them as friends. It was that way with Ann: I admired her wit, her riding, her vivacious imagination - all the things that made her the way she was. I could lean on her as she leaned on me. Together the two of us could face anything - only not quite anything, or she would be back. And so she is gone, and I am bereft for awhile. But what do I know of sorrow? — Sylvia Plath
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Lucy Maud Montgomery: I've a pocket full of dreams to sell," said Teddy, whimsically, ... "What d'ye lack? I've a pocket full of dreams to sell," said Teddy, whimsically, ... "What d'ye lack? What d'ye lack? A dream of success
a dream of adventure
a dream of the sea
a dream of the woodland
any kind of a dream you want at reasonable prices, including one or two unique little nightmares. What will you give me for a dream? — Lucy Maud Montgomery
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: Who gets to be the judge of reality? If it was deeply felt, believed, spoken Who gets to be the judge of reality? If it was deeply felt, believed, spoken about often or altered your life course, then it was real enough. Faith doesn't get the luxury of all those things one hundred percent of the time, but we call that normal behavior based on a gut feeling. I said. I looked at his wife and she busted out laughing. Her husband was trying to catch invisible butterflies above his head - dementia. My patients teach me the most sobering of truths: Why wreck his smile. If I could see them, I would want to catch them too. — Shannon L. Alder
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By George Horace Lorimer: The solution to our energy needs must go through a show of respect for nature, The solution to our energy needs must go through a show of respect for nature, not, once again, a policy that does violence to our hills. — George Horace Lorimer
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Anonymous: When will I have sufficient leisure/wealth to sit on hay-bale watching moon rise, while in When will I have sufficient leisure/wealth to sit on hay-bale watching moon rise, while in luxurious mansion family sleeps? At that time, will have chance to reflect deeply on meaning of life etc., etc. Have a feeling and have always had a feeling that this and other good things will happen for us! — Anonymous
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Harry Crews: If you're a person of feeling, if you feel things keenly and deeply - and If you're a person of feeling, if you feel things keenly and deeply - and I don't think you can be a writer unless you feel things not just for the moment but they live in you - that costs you. I don't think you can be a writer of consequence and merit unless you have grave doubts about yourself, about what you've done and who you are and whom you've hurt. And that costs you. And so, it all costs you. What is left is what all of us are going to get, a chance to know what it's like to die. — Harry Crews
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Tony Earley: I think irony precludes really feeling deeply about anything. I just didn't want to be I think irony precludes really feeling deeply about anything. I just didn't want to be that kind of writer who found nothing that wasn't worth indictment. I admire Willa Cather so much because she was unafraid to have big feelings and put them on the page. I just want to be able to believe in things. — Tony Earley
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Suzanne Brockmann: As Ian looked at her, he felt something in his chest slip and shift. The As Ian looked at her, he felt something in his chest slip and shift. The pressure came with a blood-tingling rush of triumph and satisfaction, pride and a deeply burning sense of possessiveness. His inner caveman warrior had been awakened and wanted to rush around the room, peeing into the corners, marking it - and her - as his own, while shouting Mine! and randomly smashing things for emphasis.
But he knew that was he was feeling was the equivalent of emotional and hormonal indigestion. He hadn't done this in a long time. And he particularly hadn't done it with a woman he liked as much as this one. In fact, he'd never had sex with anyone that he genuinely liked as much as he liked Phoebe. — Suzanne Brockmann
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Jessica Spotswood: Maura looks stunned, as though she's been slapped. "What about me? Don't you trust me?" Maura looks stunned, as though she's been slapped. "What about me? Don't you trust me?" She gives a hysterical little laugh. Tears are gathering in her blue eyes. "Let me guess: you think I'm reckless. 'Too easily ruled by my emotions,' Elena said. As though feeling things too deeply
wanting more for myself and girls like us
is so terrible! — Jessica Spotswood
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Liane Moriarty: ...the terrible though occurred to her that perhaps she'd always unconsciously believed that because Sam ...the terrible though occurred to her that perhaps she'd always unconsciously believed that because Sam didn't cry, he therefore didn't feel, or he felt less, not as profoundly or deeply as she did. Her focus had always been on how his actions affected her feelings, as if his role was to do things for her, to her, and all that mattered was her emotional response to him, as if a "man" were a product or service, and she'd finally chosen the right brand to get the right response. Was it possible she'd never seen or truly loved him the way he deserved to be loved? As a person? An ordinary, flawed, feeling person? — Liane Moriarty
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Helena Christensen: I always loved the style of Jean Seberg, Jane Birkin and Marilyn Monroe. I always loved the style of Jean Seberg, Jane Birkin and Marilyn Monroe. — Helena Christensen
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes. Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes. — Henry David Thoreau
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Carrie Fisher: She wanted so to be tranquil, to be someone who took walks in the late-afternoon She wanted so to be tranquil, to be someone who took walks in the late-afternoon sun, listening to the birds and crickets and feeling the whole world breathe. Instead, she lived in her head like a madwoman locked in a tower, hearing the wind howling through her hair and waiting for someone to come and rescue her from feeling things so deeply that her bones burned. She had plenty of evidence that she had a good life. She just couldn't feel the life she had. It was as though she had cancer of the perspective. — Carrie Fisher
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Simone De Beauvoir: There was once a man who lost his shadow. I forget what happened to him, There was once a man who lost his shadow. I forget what happened to him, but it was dreadful. As for me, I've lost my own image. I did not look at it often; but it was there, in the background, just as Maurice had drawn it for me. A straightforward, genuine, "authentic" woman, with out mean-mindedness, uncompromising, but at the same time understanding, indulgent, sensitive, deeply feeling, intensely aware of things and of people, passionately devoted to those she loved and creating happiness for them. A fine life, serene, full, "harmonious." It is dark: I cannot see myself anymore. And what do the others see? Maybe something hideous. — Simone De Beauvoir
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Alan Alda: When does she do all this thinking? We're together all the time but she thinks When does she do all this thinking? We're together all the time but she thinks deeply about things and with feeling and she can remember the facts. We've been married 48 years. — Alan Alda
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen: My mother taught me that to maximize your philanthropic potential, you need to constantly challenge My mother taught me that to maximize your philanthropic potential, you need to constantly challenge your capabilities and put yourself in situations that are not always comfortable. Through her example, I discovered that there is no more beautiful way to live a life than to live a life of service. — Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen
Feeling Things Deeply Sayings By Deb Caletti: To be a writer is to connect and to play and to attempt to see To be a writer is to connect and to play and to attempt to see clearly and understand. It astounds me regularly that feeling things deeply and writing them down is basically my job description. — Deb Caletti