Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Sentiments Quotes from famous persons: William Godwin, Neil Bush, Ashraf Ghani, Alia Bhatt, Aldous Huxley. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Sentiments Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
With respect to my religious sentiments, I have the firmest assurance and tranquillity. I have faithfully endeavoured to improve the faculties and opportunities God has given me, and I am perfectly easy about the consequences.
Customs and traditions followed in North and South India are different. But the underlying sentiments are the same.
In matters of state, one has to be full of sentiments, but one can never be sentimental.
Writing can flow out when I’m feeling something strongly, whether that’s joy, pain, fear, desire or anything else. The challenge is actually later, in the second or third or 100th draft of the music, when it can be so easy to cover up the original sentiments by making the music more ornate or cloaked.
I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat or a prostitute.
The AAP government has turned Delhi into a city of potholes and has hurt the sentiments of people of the city.
Zionism is a revolutionary process. And in a revolution, you must be ready not to think too much about sentiments or human weaknesses.
These manly sentiments, in private life, make good citizens; in public life, the patriot and the hero.
One of the left‘s favorite refrains is falsely caricaturing Republican candidates as ‘racist’ and ‘xenophobic,’ throwing out ‘dog whistles’ to fuel racial sentiments.
In winter, the stars seem to have rekindled their fires, the moon achieves a fuller triumph, and the heavens wear a look of a more exalted simplicity. Summer is more wooing and seductive, more versatile and human, appeals to the affections and the sentiments, and fosters inquiry and the art impulse.
There’s been quite a clear upswing in nationalist sentiments. Everyone is talking about it, in Turkey as well.
Just for the record, I personally do agree with some of the sentiments of Rabbi Meir Kahane. I think he was right about certain things, wrong about other things, but I have absolutely nothing, no association whatsoever with Kahane Chai leaders.
The most important of all revolutions, a revolution in sentiments, manners and moral opinions.
Life is rife with frustrations, jealousies and, on occasion, an overwhelming sense of its injustices, but it’s a big mistake to let such negative sentiments rule our lives and dictate choices.
I invite you, from my sentiments, my convictions and my responsibilities, to work together in the construction of a Uruguay where being young is not suspicious, where aging is not a problem.
I cannot be much pleased without an appearance of truth; at least of possibility I wish the history to be natural though the sentiments are refined; and the characters to be probable, though their behaviour is excelling.
Sometimes it’s a little bit like being a politician. We have work to do in understanding our users‘ sentiments.
People call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat or a prostitute.
It’s not the sentiments of men which make history but their actions.
There are two books that I often travel with; one is ‘The Theory on Moral Sentiments’ by Adam Smith. The other is ‘The Meditations.’ It’s not that I agree with either views expressed in the books, but I believe ideas and thoughts of older generations can offer food for thought for the current generation.
Revenge is a way of life and definitely some thing that we identify with. We all feel cheated in some way about some thing and how nice it would be to do something about it. I mean ultimately it’s not the most Christian of sentiments.
Why are we reading a Shakespeare play or ‘Huckleberry Finn?’ Well, because these works are great, but they also tell us something about the times in which they were created. Unfortunately, previous eras and dead authors often used language or accepted as normal sentiments that we now find unacceptable.
Memories, imagination, old sentiments, and associations are more readily reached through the sense of smell than through any other channel.