feelings

A Quote by unknown on love, feelings, hurt, broken, and alone

“I want to love you but you don’t want to love me. I can’t love someone if they don’t have the same feelings for me as I do for them”

unknown

Contributed by: Kays

A Quote by Moonstone Star White on feelings, judgments, emotion, and meaning

Decisions that apply meanings to your feelings are the cause of great suffering.

Moonstone White

Contributed by: Moonstone

A Quote by Vasant Lad on health, healing, moment, balance, feelings, and emotions

The state of ill health is a moment to
moment happening.  Healing is moment
to moment balance, bringing awareness
to our thoughts, feelings and emotions and
how we respond. 

Vasant Lad

Source: From "Healing the Heart of the World" Edited by Dawson Church, Ph.D.

Contributed by: jagadish

A Quote by Sherrilene on humanity, feelings, and choices

'Living' people don't make excuses for their emotions. They accept that feelings come as part of the human package; they embrace and walk with them on their journey.

Sherrilene

Contributed by: Sherrilene

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, values, understanding, moralizing, intelligence, thinking, modernity, and feelings

I subscribe to Hellenic existential values, which is to say, nothing is truly "understood" in any penetrating or rational way until it has been traced back to its implications for ultimate values. Moralizing in the most profound and synoptic way should be the primary challenge for modern philosophers, a way of recovering the kind of articulated value-intelligence that ancient culture exercised. For most moderns there are no such things as foundational values or principles; there are only feelings, vagrant or idiosyncratic emotionalisms. To "think" in a merely abstract or conceptualizing way, free of the tasks of connoisseurial and spiritual evaluation, is in truth already a form of delusionality just in itself: it is the error that Kant describes of a bird realizing how much resistance the wind causes for it, and imagining that if only it were in empty space it could fly ever so much better. Hegel's understanding of the task of philosophy "in medias res"--having to come to see and understand not in a hypothetical vacuum or laboratory conditions in vitro but amidst the turbulence and conflicts of actual historical existence--is the only ultimately sane, rational, and humanly responsible method.

Kenneth Smith

Contributed by: Dave

A Quote by Christopher Bigsby on words, feelings, hester prynne, and hawthorne

We may dress in another's clothes and in a poor light look as they but we do not thereby become those we do but imitate. It is so with words. They seem familiar and will do to have the salt passed or order a shoe mended. But to speak of feelings, of despair, love, loneliness or hope they are but betrayers, deniers of truth were truth itself to be netted like fish in the sea. There is a territory where no words suffice.

Christopher Bigsby

Source: Hester, Pages: 107

Contributed by: zhukova

A Quote by sai on aspirant, witness, world, thoughts, feelings, mind, decision, action, and higher self

The true spiritual aspirant is the one who bears witness to the self in the real world; one who, in a split second, witnesses the thoughts, feelings and emotions that arise in the mind, and is able to either say, “Yes go ahead,” or, “No do not go ahead with this course of action.” This gives one the opportunity to act in accordance with their higher self at all times.

Swami Sai Premananda

Contributed by: Pooja

A Quote by Sharma on emotional balance, involvement, health, and feelings

Best way to get away from negative feelings and emotions is to involve ourselves without getting involved. It comes by practice and is beneficial for our health; be it physical, mental, emotional or spiritual.

Mahesh

Source: From one of my blog writing

Contributed by: Sharma

A Quote by Rainer Maria Rilke on impermanence, beauty, terror, feeling, feelings, emotion, now, and present moment

Let everything happen to you, beauty and terror, no feeling is final.

Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 - 1926)

Contributed by: Allison

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