Expressing Yourself Quotes

Quotes tagged as "expressing-yourself" (showing 1-30 of 34)
Shannon L. Alder
“When you give yourself permission to communicate what matters to you in every situation you will have peace despite rejection or disapproval. Putting a voice to your soul helps you to let go of the negative energy of fear and regret.”
Shannon L. Alder

Matthew Quick
“So the key is doing something that sets you apart forever in the minds of regular people.
Something that matters.”
Matthew Quick, Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock

Sue Fitzmaurice
“Managing your emotions doesn't mean you don't express yourself; it means you stop short of hurting others and sabotaging yourself.”
Sue Fitzmaurice

“We wait too long to tell the people we love that they are the very reason that we exist. We assume that our wife, child, other family members, and friends understand our love and affection. We assume that people we care about understand our enigmatic idiosyncrasies and willingly accept the shrouded reasons behind our demonstrable oddities. We assume that other people sense that we struggle valiantly in our blackened landscape. We presume that other people comprehend our struggle to glean meaning amongst the ashes spewed from the absurd circumstances that we operate. Sometimes we need to stop and tell the tenderhearted persons whom we care about that we love them and explain that our awkward strangeness is not a rejection of them.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Deep Trivedi
“We tend to suppress our anger against each other which ultimately leads to big quarrels some day. If two people have been naturally expressing their differences of opinion or having small arguments on regular basis, they will never have resentment or enmity of a lifetime.”
Deep Trivedi, The Pulse of Wisdom

Tim Fargo
“Don't exercise your freedom of speech until you have exercised your freedom of thought.”
Tim Fargo

Julie   Murphy
“I don't get it - how you can feel like there are no consequences for living with your feelings on your sleeve.”
Julie Murphy, Side Effects May Vary

Wyndham Lewis
“What is the good of being an island, if you are not a volcanic island?”
Wyndham Lewis, Letters

“I think we live in a time where artists are very tidy and afraid of what others might think. They hesitate in expressing their views and opinions. So being original is rare. For me, it's about living the life you create for yourself, to create your kingdom. I think we should work on being our unique selves and becoming our greatest versions. I like to remind people to take the power to live their life the way they wish.”
Nuno Roque

Alaric Hutchinson
“Your sweet-toting and sugarcoating is of no service to anyone! Do not sugarcoat reality; it only gives the people in your life a sweet-tooth that then makes it more challenging for them to later bite down on the hardness of life. Do not tote and tout sweets either – you’re malnourishing people! Instead give them the truth. What is the truth you may ask? Authentic expression of who you really are, how you really feel, without projecting the labels of right or wrong.”
Alaric Hutchinson

“The greatest thing about our times is that you don't need permission to express yourself the way you wish. Sometimes people tell themselves they can't do it, because they're missing this or that, but historically, specialization is a recent convention. Most of us are born natural polymaths.”
Nuno Roque

“Language is the gateway of the mind and a bridge that connects us to other human beings. Language enables a person to share their clandestine inner world with other human beings and to learn about other people’s mysterious world of logical thoughts and poetic sentiments.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“That is the key of this collection, being yourself. Don't be into trends. Don't make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way to live.”
Gianni Versace

William Henry Hudson
“Boys are always inarticulate where their deepest feelings are concerned; however much they may desire it they cannot express kind and sympathetic feelings.”
William Henry Hudson, Far Away and Long Ago

“No one can express who you are and what you stand for more than you do. Don't leave that to chance or others. If you do so, the likelihood of other people misgauging you is high. Take charge!”
Assegid Habtewold Habtewold

Alfred North Whitehead
“Ideas won't keep; something must be done about them.”
Alfred North Whitehead

“Deliver your message with simplicity and see how powerful impact it has on the audience.”
Sujish Kandampully

Richelle E. Goodrich
“If you never bother to say the words, why should anyone believe you ever felt them?”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons

“I realized that I read books not because of the words used but because of the familiar feelings these words help me express.”

“If an artist is not only he who sings or paints, but he who express himself by words or drawing then I can consider myself as one.”
Amen Muffler

Debasish Mridha
“I am not always capable of expressing myself to you, but I can always feel your deep desires.”
Debasish Mridha

“After all, work is the primary vehicle for most people to express themselves in the world.”
Sudhakar Ram, Connected Age: Being the Best You Can in the New World

“Everyone is entitled to an opinion… but you may only express it openly once you’ve earned the right to open your mouth in the company of others.”
A.J. Vosse

John Fowles
“Just because you can’t express your feelings it doesn’t mean they’re not deep.”
John Fowles, The Collector

Alain de Botton
“Friends afford us a change to express our deepest selves, and that the conversations we have with them are a privileged forum in which to say what we really think and, by extension and with no mystical allusion, be who we really are.”
Alain de Botton, How Proust Can Change Your Life

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