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The more one does and sees and feels, the more one is able to do, and the more genuine may be one’s appreciation of fundamental things like home, and love, and understanding companionship.  Amelia Earhart

 

 

A gentlemen is one who never hurts anyones feelings unintentionally.  Oscar Wilde

 

 

To be a human being means to possess a feeling of inferiority which constantly presses towards its own conquest.  Alfred Adler, 1870-1937

 

 

Never to blend our pleasure or our pride

With sorrow of the meanest thing that feels.  William Wordsworth, Hart-Leap Well

 

 

Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquillity.  William Wordsworth

 

 

To err is human, but it feels divine.  Mae West

 

 

It is more comfortable to feel that we are a slight improvement on a monkey than such a fallin’ off from the angels.  Finley Peter Dunne 

 

 

Sometimes I think it is a great mistake to have matter that can think and feel.  It complains so.  By the same token, though, I suppose that boulders and mountains and moons could be accused of being a little too phlegmatic.  Kurt Vonnegut 

 

 

We think too little and feel too much.  Charlie Chaplin

 

 

Art is the objectification of feeling, and the subjectification of nature.  Susanne Langer, Mind, 1967

 

 

Art is a method of opening up areas of feeling rather than merely an illustration of an object.  A picture should be a recreation of an event rather than an illustration of an object.  But there is no tension in the pictures unless there is a struggle with the object.  Francis Bacon, cited The Art of Francis Bacon

 

 

Painting is but another word for feeling.  John Constable

 

 

Did you ever wake up and have a vague feeling of unease?  Like you know something’s wrong but you can’t put your finger on it.  Boardwalk Empire s4e7: William Wilson, Nucky, HBO 2013 

 

 

My feelings are dead.  I feel no remorse.  King of New York 1990 ***** starring Christopher Walken & Laurence Fishburne & David Caruso & Steve Buscemi & Wesley Snipes & Victor Argo & Giancarlo Esposito et al, director Abel Ferrara, Frank to gang

 

 

That’s the important thing – feeling.  Scarlett Street 1945 starring Edward G Robinson & Joan Bennett & Dan Duryea & Margaret Lindsay & Jess Barker & Rosalind Ivan & Arthur Loft & Charles Kemper & Russell Hicks & Samuel S Hinds et al, director Fritz Lang, him to her

 

 

No hard feelings.  City Streets 1931 starring Gary Cooper & Sylvia Sidney & Paul Lukas & William Boyd & Wynne Gibson & Guy Kibbee & Stanley Fields & Robert Homans et al, director Rouben Mamoulian, gangsta to gangsta

 

 

I think it’s OK to concentrate on our feelings.  Star Trek: The Next Generation s7e25: All Good Things I, Troi to Picard

 

 

Never before had feeling been so fashionable.  Ian Hislop’s Stiff Upper Lip: An Emotional History of Britain I, BBC 2012

 

 

His inability to deal with my feelings.  Kramer v Kramer 1979 starring Dustin Hoffman & Meryl Streep & Justin Henry & Jane Alexander & Petra King & Melissa Morell & Howard Duff & George Coe & JoBeth Williams & Howland Chamberlain & Dan Tyra et al, director Robert Benton, Joanna on stand

 

 

A feeling heart is a blessing that no one, who has it, would be without; and it is a moral security of innocence; since the heart that is able to partake of the distress of another, cannot wilfully give it.  Samuel Richardson, History of Sir Charles Grandison, 1754

 

 

No-one can make you feel inferior without your consent.  Eleanor Roosevelt

 

 

All violent feelings ... produce in us a falseness in all our impressions of external things, which I would generally characterize as the Pathetic Fallacy.  John Ruskin, Modern Painters, 1856

 

 

Friends can help each other.  A true friend is someone who lets you have total freedom to be yourself – and especially to feel.  Or, not feel.  Whatever you happen to be feeling at the moment is fine with them.  Thats what real love amounts to – letting a person be what he really is.  Jim Morrison

 

 

Looking good and feeling good go hand in hand.  If you have a healthy lifestyle, your diet and nutrition are set, and you’re working out, you’re going to feel good.  Jason Statham  

 

 

There’s no better feeling in the world than a warm pizza box on your lap.  Kevin James

 

 

It is a curious sensation: the sort of pain that goes mercifully beyond our powers of feeling.  When your heart is broken, your boats are burned: nothing matters any more.  It is the end of happiness and the beginning of peace.  George Bernard Shaw

 

 

You will never know the feeling of a driver when winning a race.  The helmet hides feelings that cannot be understood.  Ayrton Senna

 

 

I have the true feeling of myself only when I am unbearably unhappy.  Franz Kafka

 

 

A feeling is not bottomless: once felt all the way through, a great peace greets you there.  Alanis Morissette  

 

 

I am always trying to ‘preserve’ things by getting other people to read what I have written, and feel what I felt.  Philip Larkin, Letters to Monica

 

 

In this place you could not feel anything, except pain and foreknowledge of pain.  George Orwell, 1984   

  

 

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched.  They must be felt with the heart.  Helen Keller

 

 

I recall certain moments, let us call them icebergs in paradise, when after having had my fill of her – after fabulous, insane exertions that left me limp and azure-barred – I would gather her in my arms with, at last, a mute moan of human tenderness (her skin glistening in the neon light coming from the paved court through the slits in the blind, her soot-black lashes matted, her grave gray eyes more vacant than ever – for all the world a little patient still in the confusion of a drug after a major operation) – and the tenderness would deepen to shame and despair, and I would lull and rock my lone light Lolita in my marble arms, and moan in her warm hair, and caress her at random and mutely ask her blessing, and at the peak of this human agonized selfless tenderness (with my soul actually hanging around her naked body and ready to repent), all at once, ironically, horribly, lust would swell again – and ‘oh, no’, Lolita would say with a sigh to heaven, and the next moment the tenderness and the azure – all would be shattered.  Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita

 

 

The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.  Helen Keller

 

 

I felt gay and happy and sort of released; that’s what’s so shameful about it all.  Brief Encounter 1946 starring Celia Johnson & Trevor Howard & Stanley Holloway & Joyce Carey & Cyril Raymond & Everley Gregg & Marjorie Mars & Margaret Barton & Alfie Bass & Wallace Bosco & Sydney Bromley et al, director David Lean

 

Only an overwhelming desire not to feel anything ever again.  ibid.

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