Feel Quotes

Feminists have often claimed a moral equivalence for sexual and racial prejudice. There are certain affinities and one or two of these affinities are mildly and paradoxically encouraging. Sexism is like racism: we all feel such impulses. Our parents feel them more strongly than we feel them; our children, we trust, will feel them less strongly than we feel them. People don\'t change or improve much, but they do evolve. It is very slow.

Martin Amis

I feel it my duty to plod on while daylight last.

William Carey

Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent.

Eleanor Roosevelt

An hour with your grandchildren can make you feel young again. Anything longer than that, and you start to age quickly.

Gene Perret

Grandchildren don’t make a man feel old; it’s the knowledge that he’s married to a grandmother.

G. Norman Collie

After coming into contact with a religious man I always feel I must wash my hands

Friedrich Nietzsche

There is nothing like walking to get the feel of a country. A fine landscape is like a piece of music; it must be taken at the right tempo. Even a bicycle goes too fast.

Paul Scott Mowrer

Good design is all about making other designers feel like idiots because that idea wasnt theirs.

Frank Chimero

Weak thoughts and feelings often feel strong but remember, real strength is never anxious, cruel, or punishing.

Guy Finley

Snowboarding is an activity that is very popular with people who do not feel that regular skiing is lethal enough.

Dave Barry

Nerves provide me with energy. They work for me. It's when I don't have them, when I feel at ease, that I get worried.

Mike Nichols

Accept the challenges, so you may feel the exhilaration of victory.

George S. Patton

I suppose everyone continues to be interested in the quest for the self, but what you feel when you're older, I think, is that. . . you really must make the self.

Mary McCarthy

Half of the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important. They don't mean to do harm but the harm does not interest them.

T.S. Eliot

On the whole, "organic" illnesses of the body are viewed as a misfortune over which the victim has little control. Not so for "mental" illnesses. These diseases of the mind become diseases of the "self." We (our "selves") can distance ourselves from our "bodily" illnesses: "my leg is broken" or "my heart is failing." But, because of mind-body dualism, our mind is our self. "My mind is sick" is not differentiated psychologically from "I am sick." We cannot distance ourselves, take a detached view of our minds: we are our minds. When a disease affects brain function, the afflicted person and those around him feel that the "self" must be somehow in control of the disorder of "self."

Jean M. Goodwin

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