Quotes and Sayings about feelings - Page 3
I did not like this feeling of having feelings.
– Jeff Lindsay
This is one of those times when explaining a feeling cannot measure up to actually having the feeling.
– Adriana Trigiani
Who ever has no fixed opinions has no constant feelings.
– Joseph Joubert
No one knows how another person feels in private.
– Whitney Otto
If you don’t feel it, flee from it. Go where you are celebrated, not merely tolerated.
– Paul F. Davis
Feelings are the structure of our life.
They destroy, kills and leaves a huge mess in our minds. Yet they also build, repair and clean up everything through the time we live.
I’m not quite sure what the true reason for them to exist is? In the life that I have lived so far, I have experienced more negative feelings than positives. Feelings have destroyed my mind many times, have killed many of positives things in my life and always left me on a landfill impossible to clean. So far I have almost lost the faith of ever experience the positives feelings and good things in life and even be familiar with the term of “being happy” !
Then one day, after I almost had lost my strength and nearly have given up on life. I finally found the true reason of the existence of our feelings. After a long and terrible day of work, I was on my way home and some homeless guy stopped me and asked; “why so sad young man?” I told him what was wrong and how I lost all my hope in life. Then he took his hand and put it around my shoulder and told me this:
“An apple tree will die if it doesn’t gets water drops to cheer it up and to keep it alive. It is the same thing with our feelings. Good feelings and positives things in life must be shared and given in the companionship of other people. If you give the apple tree water, it will grow up and give you apples in gratitude which you also can eat.”
Simply! Before you can experience the positive feelings and good things in life, you must first give and share.
Is it really possible to tell someone else what one feels?
– Leo Tolstoy
There is no feeling, except the extremes of fear and grief, that does not find relief in music.
– George Eliot
Feelings are never stupid, they just make us feel stupid sometimes.
– Laurell K. Hamilton
There is a boundary to men’s passions when they act from feelings; but none when they are under the influence of imagination.
– Edmund Burke