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The Most Beautiful Thing We Can Experience Is The Mysterious. It Is The Source Of All True Art And All Science. He To Whom This Emotion Is A Stranger, Who Can No Longer Pause To Wonder And Stand Rapt In Awe, Is As Good As Dead His Eyes Are Closed.
~ Albert Einstein
Sex Is Emotion In Motion.
~ Mae West
To Any Intelligent Being, There Is No Emotion More Important Than Hope. Individually Or Collectively, We Must Hope That The Future Will Be Better Than The Past, That Our Offspring, And Theirs After Them, Will Be A Bit Closer To An Ideal Society, Whatever Our Perception Of That Might Be... It Is At Those Times When We Feel We Are Contributing To That Ultimate End... We Feel True Elation.
~ R. A. Salvatore, Siege of Darkness
The Very Essence Of Literature Is The War Between Emotion And Intellect, Between Life And Death. When Literature Becomes Too Intellectual -- When It Begins To Ignore The Passions, The Motions -- It Becomes Sterile, Silly, And Actually Without Substance.
~ Isaac Bashevis Singe
The Most Beautiful Thing We Can Experience Is The Mysterious. It Is The Source Of All True Art And All Science. He To Whom This Emotion Is A Stranger, Who Can No Longer Pause To Wonder And Stand Rapt In Awe, Is As Good As Dead: His Eyes Are Closed.
~ Albert Einstein
The Object Of Art Is To Crystallize Emotion Into Thought, And Then Fix It In Form.
~ Francois Delsarte
Poetry Is Not A Turning Loose Of Emotion, But An Escape From Emotion; It Is Not The Expression Of Personality But An Escape From Personality. But, Of Course, Only Those We Have Personality And Emotion Know What It Means To Want To Escape From These Things.
~ Emily Dickinson
I Use Emotion For The Many And Reserve Reason For The Few.
~ Adolph Hitle
Joy Is But The Sign That Creative Emotion Is Fulfilling Its Purpose.
~ Charles Du Bos
The Most Beautiful And Most Profound Emotion We Can Experience Is The Sensation Of The Mystical. It Is The Sower Of All True Science. So To Whom This Emotion Is A Stranger, Who Can No Longer Wonder And Stand Rapt In Awe, Is As Good As Dead. To Know That Which Is Impenetretrable To Us Really Exists, Manifesting Itself As The Highest Wisdom And The Most Radiant Beauty Which Our Dull Faculties Can Comprehend Only In Their Primitive Forms-this Knowledge, This Feeling Is At The Center Of True Religiousness.
~ Albert Einstein
An Ounce Of Emotion Is Equal To A Ton Of Facts.
~ John Juno
The One Permanent Emotion Of The Inferior Man Is Fear - Fear Of The Unknown, The Complex, The Inexplicable. What He Wants Beyond Everything Else Is Safety.
~ H. L. Mencken
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