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"Art is a manifestation of emotion, and emotion speaks a language that all may understand." - W Somerset Maugham

"The strongest human emotion is probably love. I think it's universal. I think that across language and country and time and everything else, probably love." - Mark Hoppus

"Life is not all high emotion. Some of the most interesting things are when its not highly emotional: little details of relationships and body language." - David Attenborough

"You can't show me a sentence, word, or phoneme that is meaningless; by its nature, language is packed with meaning and emotion." - Kenneth Goldsmith

"There's something about studying body language and non-spoken emotion - I know the innate response. But to really study it like a science would be fun." - Shia Labeouf

"Understanding Scripture in a language other than the heart language in which we think and experience emotion is "like trying to eat soup with a fork. You can get a little taste, but you cannot get nourished." - William Cameron Townsend

"At times it does not really matter what language you are speaking, especially when you are emotional and try to reach other hearts. To transcend emotion, silence is the best language." - Abu Sufyan ibn Harb

"Color transmits and translates emotion." - Wassily Kandinsky

"Music evokes emotion and emotion can bring it's memory." - Oliver Sacks

"Real emotion transcends language. You dont have to understand their words to feel their pain." - Julia Roberts

"Real emotion transcends language. You dont have to understand their words to feel their pain." - Julia Roberts

"Twittering and blogging and all that is fine, but there is no idea of how to phrase something beautifully; how to use language to create an emotion. It's just passing information and sometimes very superficial information." - Isabel Allende

"I always squirm when I read what's called 'creative nonfiction,' and the writer is lobbing gobs of emotion and language at the world, hoping some of it will stick." - Stewart Onan

"Hebrew is my first language, so it's really the most personal and the most simple. When I write in Hebrew, I don't look for sophistication in music; it's just pure emotion that comes out." - Yael Naim

"By studying psychology i want to be a better actor. There's something about studying body language and non-spoken emotion - I know the innate response. But to really study it like a science would be fun." - Shia Labeouf

"Brush and ink are only servants of thoughts and emotion. They should follow your emotion and change with the emotion." - Wu Guanzhong

"Emotion and thinking are not distinct substances." - Lucrecia Martel

"Economics is (now) about emotion and psychology." - Robert J Shiller

"Cinema and emotion trump reality for me." - Bryan Fuller

"Emotion is messy, contradictory... and true." - Nigella Lawson

"Beauty is first and foremost an emotion." - Tahar Ben Jelloun

"Poetry, for example, goes so deeply into the space between corporeal affect and deep emotion (even primal in some cases) that, as Emily Dickinson said, it can blow the top of your head off. Poetic language is sometimes misunderstood as "abstract" when in reality, it's precise - precisely the language of emotions and the body." - Lidia Yuknavitch

"There is no mode of action, no form of emotion, that we do not share with the lower animals. It is only by language that we rise above them, or above each other-by language, which is the parent, and not the child, of thought." - Oscar Wilde

"There is no mode of action, no form of emotion, that we do not share with the lower animals. It is only by language that we rise above them, or above each other - by language, which is the parent, and not the child, of thought." - Oscar Wilde

"I try to connect to human emotion. I'm always looking for something primal, something really base that is beyond language, that people understand beyond language." - Will Smith

"Love is the language of the soul when it is not colored by emotion, ego, or attachment." - Alan Finger

"We often use strong language not to express a powerful emotion but to evoke it in us." - Eric Hoffer

"Meaning equals emotion and emotion equals life. Choose consciously and wisely." - Tony Robbins

"I really put a lot of and emotion into my project in order to evoke emotion." - Drake

"I listen to music for emotion and I get zero emotion from rap." - Sebastian Bach

"Music is the universal language, it evokes an emotion in all of us. That, we can all look at each other and we may not speak the same language, but that song or that melody can make us feel the same thing. And we can look at each other and agree and be like, "that did something for us". It makes us feel unified and connected." - Kerry James Marshall

"Eragon cried out, and in his desperation he reached for Saphira and the Eldunari... and without meaning to, he drew from their stories of energy. And with that energy he cast a spell. It was a spell without words... His was a spell of instinct and emotion; language could not contain it." - Christopher Paolini

"Language is memory and metaphor." - Storm Jameson

"I don't like to define my music. To me, music is pure emotion. It's language that can communicate certain emotions and the rhythms cuts across genders, cultures and nationalities. All you need to do is close your eyes and feel those emotions." - Yanni

"I love language, and I love the failure of language." - Nate Lowman

"The Language of Sand has something for everyone: myths, mystery, community, humor, grief, and ultimately healing. I found myself not only rooting for Abigail but for the whole community of Chapel Isle. Block manages to hold sass and heartfelt emotion in perfect equilibrium." - Brunonia Barry

"Music is 'significant form,' and its significance is that of a symbol, a highly articulated, sensuous object, which by virtue of its dynamic structure can express the forms of vital experience which language is peculiarly unfit to convey. Feeling, life, motion and emotion constitute its import." - Susanne Katherina Langer

"In recognizing that words have power to define and to compel, the semanticists are actually testifying to the philosophic quality of language which is the source of their vexation. In an attempt to get rid of that quality, they are looking for some neutral means which will be a nonconductor of the current called "emotion" and its concomitant of evaluation." - Richard M. Weaver

"An image is a bridge between evoked emotion and conscious knowledge; words are the cables that hold up the bridge. Images are more direct, more immediate than words, and closer to the unconscious. Picture language precedes thinking in words; the metaphorical mind precedes analytical consciousness." - Gloria E. Anzald˙a

"Painting is the only universal language. All nature is creation's picture book. Painting alone can describe every thing which can be seen, and suggest every emotion which can be felt. Art reaches back into the babyhood of time, and is man's only lasting monument." - William Morris Hunt

"All art is immortal. For emotion for the sake of emotion is the aim of art, and emotion for the sake of action is the aim of life." - Oscar Wilde

"The emotion, and the other aspect is that this relate to many different obstacle in life. Emotion, yes, I love emotion, for your information, very much so." - Tommy Wiseau

"Expressing emotion is not so easy. He has to remind himself that English is not her first language. Expressing emotion can be difficult even when the words are familiar." - Elise Valmorbida

"The steward, according to custom, had stopped all the clocks. This, in the language of Narouz, said, "Your stay with us is so brief, let us not be reminded of the flight of the hours. God made eternity. Let us escape from the despotism of time altogether." These ancient and hereditary politenesses filled Nessim with emotion." - Lawrence Durrell

"There are four different kinds of power in a communication: position power (the CEO talking to her direct reports), emotion power (passion sometimes rules the day), expertise (people often listen to the most knowledgeable person in the room), and conversational power (the subtlest, this is the ability to direct the conversation through body language)." - Nick Morgan

"Knowledge is always accompanied with accessories of emotion and purpose." - Alfred North Whitehead

"An emotion is both a mental and a physical event." - Nathaniel Branden

"Love is an emotion. Totally silent and inexpressible with words." - Rumi

"Human action is governed largely by instinct and emotion." - Clarence Darrow

"emotion is first of all and in principle an accident" - Jean-Paul Sartre

"After violent emotion most people and all boys demand food." - Rudyard Kipling

"I only show emotion at home, and in my bed," - Mauricio Pochettino

"European policy is always an interplay of rationality and emotion." - Martin Schulz

"The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear." - H P Lovecraft

"For me, music is all about emotion and attitude." - Peter Criss

"Music is an emotion, and I put it out there." - Daron Malakian

"The easiest and most accessible emotion is rage." - Donal Logue

"Laughter is an independent, tremendously important, and lurid emotion." - Wyndham Lewis

"I've never understood pity and self-pity as an emotion." - Randy Pausch

"A special kind of beauty exists which is born in language, of language, and for language." - Gaston Bachelard

"I am fascinated by language in daily life: the way it can evoke an emotion, a visual image, a complex idea, or a simple truth." - Amy Tan

"I don't see poetry as something that has to do with too much emotion anyway. It has to do with language." - Werner Herzog

"The essential difference between emotion and reason is that emotion leads to action while reason leads to conclusions." - Donald Calne

"Emotion is always new and the word has always served; therein lies the difficulty of expressing emotion." - Victor Hugo

"You seek up an emotion and your cup is overflowing, you seek up an emotion sometimes your well is dry" - Dave Matthews

"All art, in spite of the struggles of some critics to prove otherwise, is based on emotion and projects emotion." - Louise Bogan

"We don't want emotion handed to us - that's not emotion. You have to build and come from the reader's soul." - Peter Orner

"Chloe Honum's brilliant first book The Tulip-Flame traces an identity forming within radically divergent but interlocking systems: a family traumatized by the mother's suicide, a failed relationship, the practice of ballet, a garden-each strict, exacting. And with 'a crow's sky-knowing mind,' Honum in every case transfigures emotion by way of elegant language and formal restraint. Chloe Honum is 'one astounding flame' of a poet, and I predict a long-lasting one." - Claudia Emerson

"There's no doubt about it. Arcadia is Tom Stoppard's richest, most ravishing comedy to date, a play of wit, intellect, language, brio and, new for him, emotion. It's like a dream of levitation: you're instantaneously aloft, soaring, banking, doing loop-the-loops and then, when you think you're about to plummet to earth, swooping to a gentle touchdown of not easily described sweetness and sorrow." - Vincent Canby

"Language operates between literal and metaphorical signification" - Robert Smithson

"Language transcends us and yet we speak." - Maurice Merleau-Ponty

"Language operates between literal and metaphorical signification." - Robert Smithson

"One of the most frustrating words in the human language, as far as I could tell, was love. So much meaning attached to this one little word. People bandied it about freely, using it to describe their attachments to possessions, pets, vacation destinations, and favorite foods. In the same breath they then applied this word to the person they considered most important in their lives. Was' that insulting? Should' there be some other term to describe deeper emotion?" - Alexandra Adornetto

"One of the most frustrating words in the human language, as far as I could tell, was love. So much meaning attached to this one little word. People bandied it about freely, using it to describe their attachments to possessions, pets, vacation destinations, and favorite foods. In the same breath they then applied this word to the person they considered most important in their lives. Wasn't that insulting? Shouldn't there be some other term to describe deeper emotion?" - Alexandra Adornetto

"When I write a song, I tap into the emotion and the feeling and then I use the emotion to write the words. It's the opposite when I act. I use the words and tap into the emotion." - Jill Scott

"When there is a fight of reason versus emotion and the mind wonders which one to follow, in most times, emotion wins over reason. But it is reason that should win and emotion shouldn't." - Abu Sufyan ibn Harb

"I feel much more emotion than I did before, and more meaningful emotion and richer emotion than when I was manic. I'm able to experience meaningful things that can only be experienced when I'm stable, like a family." - Paul Dalio

"All art is immoral.... For emotion for the sake of emotion is the aim of art, and emotion for the sake of action is the aim of life, and of that practical organization of life that we call society." - Oscar Wilde

"The quickest, simplest, and most powerful way I know to handle any emotion is to remember a time when you felt a similar emotion and realize that you've successfully handled this emotion before." - Tony Robbins

"Some managers are uncomfotable with expressing emotion about their dreams, but it's the passion and emotion that will attract and motivate others." - James C Collins

"We all know that being able to express deep emotion can literally save a person's life, and suppressing emotion can kill you both spiritually and physically." - Lisa Kleypas

"Photography is and is not a language; language also is and is not a photography." - William J. Mitchell

"Poetry should begin with emotion in the poet, and end with the same emotion in the reader. The poem is simply the instrument of transferance" - Philip Larkin

"Negative emotion is your indicator of resistance, while positive emotion is your indicator of allowance. And they are on the same meter: allowance; resistance. Allowance; resistance." - Esther Hicks

"Gratitude: An imaginary emotion that rewards an imaginary behavior, altruism. Both imaginaries are false faces for selfishness, which is a real and honest emotion." - Robert A Heinlein

"With the sense of sight, the idea communicates the emotion, whereas, with sound, the emotion communicates the idea, which is more direct and therefore more powerful." - Alfred North Whitehead

"Nature is a mere pretext for a decorative composition, plus sentiment. It suggests emotion, and I translate that emotion into art." - Georges Braque

"All along, my mantra was: Don't write unless it contributes to the emotion, and do anything you do in service of the emotion only." - George Saunders

"Emotion is the chief source of all becoming-conscious. There can be no transforming of darkness into light and of apathy into movement without emotion." - Carl Jung

"I try to live the moment and not obey laws, rules, conventions, or norms; to react to a sensation, a feeling, or an emotion. You can't program emotion." - Anne Parillaud

"Human emotion is more interesting than anything. Everything that is so overtly sexual is not real. Real emotion is sexy. It's vulnerable and raw." - Banks

"My favorite artists always documented emotion. Marvin Gaye and Al Green and Sade and Aaliyah." - Drake

"Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams." - Paul Gauguin

"Everyone prays in their own language, and there is no language that God does not understand." - Duke Ellington

"Silence is God's language, and it's a very difficult language to learn." - Thomas Keating

"Thinking about language, while thinking _in_ language, leads to puzzles and paradoxes." - James Gleick

"Those who read in a second language write and spell better in that language." - Stephen D. Krashen

"Truth and falsity is something that concerns language, it's a property of language." - Errol Morris

"We tend to look through language and not realize how much power language has" - Deborah Tannen

"Design is just language and the real issue is what you use that language to do." - Tibor Kalman

"The only living language is the language in which we think and have our being." - Antonio Machado

"A man who has a language consequently possesses the world expressed and implied by that language." - Frantz Fanon

"Speak the language of high intelligence, and thus you speak the language of God." - Mehmet Murat Ildan

"There is the English language and then there's the Trump language." - David Brooks

"We tend to look through language and not realize how much power language has." - Deborah Tannen

"I call the language of political figures, pundits and administrators 'the haute couture of language.'" - Anna Deavere Smith

"We agree that language functions in a certain way so that we can understand each other; but within that are built all sorts of sentimental codes, codes of authenticity, codes of certain kinds of emotion." - John Yau

"There is no mode of action, no form of emotion, that we do not share with the lower animals. It is only by language that we rise above them..." - Oscar Wilde

"Religion is never devoid of emotion, any more than love is. It is not a defect of religion, but rather its glory, that it speaks always the language of feeling." - D Elton Trueblood

"I would listen most particularly to the countries whose language I didn't understand, didn't know what they were singing. But being a singer myself, I could understand because of the emotion." - PJ Harvey

"If I was writing about an academic or a more difficult person, I would use the Latinate vocabulary more, but I do think Anglo-saxon is the language of emotion." - Lydia Davis

"I shan't get free of my emotion by copying the tree faithfully, or by drawing its leaves one by one in the common language, but only after identifying myself with it." - Henri Matisse

"When I'm working, I'm so narrowly focused on sound, language, rhythm, flow, that I rarely feel the emotion of the text. It's only after - long after - I've finished a piece that I can experience in any way its emotional charge." - Taiye Selasi

"Color is very much about atmosphere and emotion and the feel of a place." - Alex Webb

"Between the conception and the creation, between the emotion and the response, Falls the shadow." - T S Eliot

"Between the conception And the creation Between the emotion And the response Falls the Shadow" - T S Eliot

"Humans have a sense of spontaneity and emotion. We have a dichotomy between grief and happiness." - Morena Baccarin

"The primary subject of fiction is and has always been human emotion, values, and beliefs." - John Gardner

"Breathing determines emotion. Emotion determines breathing." - Linda Stone

"Technically, I'm not a guitar player, all I play is truth and emotion." - Jimi Hendrix

"The best thing about sports is the sense of community and shared emotion it can create." - Bob Costas

"Sympathy is the first condition of criticism; reason and justice presuppose, at their origin, emotion." - Henri Frederic Amiel

"Music is always around, and it helps to heighten any emotion." - Tyler Perry

"The separation of sex from emotion is at the very foundations of Western culture and civilization." - Shulamith Firestone

"Naming an emotion begins the process of regulating it and reflecting on it." - Sue Johnson

"Tears are often a gift from God, and sadness is a healthy emotion." - Alan Loy McGinnis

"The object of art is to crystallize emotion into thought, and then fix it in form." - Francois Delsarte

"Conflict is the alchemical soup that transforms raw emotion and instinct into pure gold." - Harville Hendrix

"The emotion is the music and the script is the libretto." - Gregory Peck

"My aim was not to fool. My aim was to provoke thought and stir emotion." - Casey Affleck

"Fear is the one emotion that unleashed can destroy anything and anyone." - Janet Jackson

"Love" and all the obsessive behaviors associated with it, was an absurd emotion." - Judith Mcnaught

"The object of art is to crystallize emotion into thought and then give it form." - Francois Delsarte

"It is our kindest and tenderest emotion which we screen from the world." - Jean Paul

"Deep joy is a serene and sober emotion, rarely evinced in open merriment." - Madame Roland

"Love is a decision, not just an emotion. It is selfless, and a commitment." - Lydia McLaughlin

"Strength means honoring your entire range of emotion, even your despair and heartbreak." - Brenda Shaughnessy

"Lack of emotion causes lack of progress and lack of motivation." - Tony Robbins

"And always remember the ultimate truth: life is not about money, it's about emotion." - Tony Robbins

"A good fragrance is really a powerful cocktail of memories and emotion." - Jeffrey Stepakoff

"Life is the enjoyment of emotion, derived from the past and aimed at the future." - Alfred North Whitehead

"All animals and people have the same core emotion systems in the brain." - Temple Grandin

"I felt deeply tricked. Stunned. And furious. I also felt my default emotion: numbness." - Augusten Burroughs

"Life is complex in its expression, involving more than percipience, namely desire, emotion, will, and feeling." - Alfred North Whitehead

"That first concept is alway the most naturally and best. The mind errs, the emotion never." - Robert Schumann

"[Mystery] is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science." - Albert Einstein

"Love is an obsolete emotion, ranking in usefulness somewhere between earwigs and toe mold." - Patricia A. McKillip

"Your thoughts, vividly imagined and repeated, charged with emotion, become your reality." - Brian Tracy

"We are sometimes stirred by emotion and take it for zeal." - Thomas A Kempis

"I'm an extremely vulnerable person. Vulnerability and emotion are very closely linked." - Mariel Hemingway



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