Words matter. These are the best Felt Quotes from famous people such as Drew Pinsky, Missy Elliott, Alex Honnold, Courtney Act, Yoko Ono, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
It’s so self-evident that I have to live my own history, to remind people the fact that I got into radio back in the early ’80s was because of AIDS and HIV. It was what motivated me – that was the topic that I felt was so important that I had to talk about it, educating young people about it.
I felt like, ‘How do I fit in?’ But then I never fit in. The whole time, I’ve never fit in.
Seven years ago, when I started free soloing long, hard routes in Yosemite – climbing without a rope, gear or a partner – I did it because it seemed like the purest, most elegant way to scale big walls. Climbing, especially soloing, felt like a grand adventure, but I never dreamed it could be a profession.
For my teen years and all of my twenties it felt like I was trying to live up to this expectation of being a man and what that meant – not just what clothes I wore, but how I acted.
Distance doesn’t exist, in fact, and neither does time. Vibrations from love or music can be felt everywhere, at all times.
My dad never graduated high school. He was a printing salesman. We lived in a two-bedroom, one-bath house in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. We weren’t rich – but we felt secure.
When I first landed at Pixar, I felt like I found this creative oasis with John Lasseter… It’s what you thought Hollywood was going to be.
I wasn’t a kid who won every tournament I was playing, and I think that helped me – it motivated me a lot to know what it felt like not to win.
I’ve always felt that if you’ve been blessed, you should try to help as many people as you can. I just think that’s the right thing to do.
We always felt that if you do something with quality and integrity, then it’s going to come back to you.
I grew up seeing my parents perform and sing, and I just always wanted to be singing, too. Music has always been my deepest passion and what I felt most connected to.
I’ve never felt influenced by Ernest Hemingway though I suppose there is something inevitable there.
For me, as I was growing up, I studied architecture, I was into music, and I always felt that there was a gap between the things that I loved and consumed and who made them and how they made them.
In those days I was new to covers; merely felt pleased that a story of mine had been honored. I later met Rogers who did some of my early covers and I was impressed with him.
I always felt that the music sells by itself. The music has always been the successful aspect on my career, and that means that, to me, I can always still stay very focused on music.
I feel like I want to take care of everyone and I also feel this terrible guilt if I am unable to. And I have felt this way ever since all this success started.
I’ve never felt that I’ve had some great fashion sense of my own – I tend to wear what my wife tells me to wear.
The only secret behind why SidNaaz is still a thing is because it is genuine. We shared a pure relationship. I think people connect to that. The way he adored and showered love on me, I really felt nice about it. We both had same sort of feelings for each other. It was very cute.
Senators say they fear the N.R.A. and the gun lobby. But I think that fear must be nothing compared to the fear the first graders in Sandy Hook Elementary School felt as their lives ended in a hail of bullets.
I’ve never not felt relevant.
You have to pay attention to the moments when you’ve felt on top on the world. I remember the first time I was on stage, I was doing ‘West Side Story,’ I was 17 and this woman was crying because she liked what I was doing so much.
Growing up, I never really felt like anything was my own. I moved a lot, and I never belonged anywhere.
If home ownership is the American dream, then foreclosure certainly is the American nightmare. It destroys more than credit. It destroys lives. And its effects are felt beyond the individual family that it devastates. It shakes our entire economy.
I grew up with nothing, so whenever I got to where I could have something I felt like I needed to have everything I couldn’t have when I was young.
I’ve never felt the need to tell anyone that I’m bisexual. I don’t feel like I am. I just feel like I’m attracted to who I like. I honestly feel like everyone is like that.
Everything is so chaotic and messy in the world, and I have always felt kind of dirty.
I felt that ‘English Vinglish’ was tailor-made for me since I found my character Shashi so relatable. Her simplicity and sensitivity attracted me towards the role.
From a very young age, I would fall off the bed and wake up on the floor because of dreams. I have a memory from the age of four in which I felt God.
I started this job in 1995, and I felt the same pressure in my first day, with my first team, Reggiana, in the Second Division, as I feel now. Nothing has changed, but what changes are the number of games, especially for top teams. For this reason, the work has pressure. But only this.
Morality arose largely as an empirical defence of the individual and society. Ever since intelligent beings began to be in contact, and consequently in friction, they have felt the need to guard themselves against each other’s encroachments.
I was wearing black clothes almost from the beginning. I feel comfortable in black. I felt like black looked good onstage, that it was attractive, so I started wearing it all the time.
There is sometimes a feeling in crime fiction that good writing gets in the way of story. I have never felt that way. All you have is language. Why write beneath yourself? It’s an act of respect for the reader as much as yourself.
When I was a really young child, I felt like I could see fairies. I was convinced there were fairies in my grandmother’s garden.
I never allowed other people’s expectations to determine whatever course I took. I had to reach a decision about what I was going to do based on what I felt inside myself.
Attempting to write vocal oriented songs to me felt like going through the motions and if you are going to go through the motions you might as well just do any gig that caused you to do repetitive motions like banging a hammer or serving fries.
Since childhood, I was always told that I am petite and can get hurt easily. And I always felt the need to become physically strong, just to prove people wrong.
You can’t please everyone, but I’ve always felt you cannot ultimately lose if you give everything you try 110%. You’ll always learn something useful, even from a failure, that can be applied to the next challenge or project.
I can honestly say that I was never affected by the question of the success of an undertaking. If I felt it was the right thing to do, I was for it regardless of the possible outcome.
I always felt like my value was much more in my intellect than it was in my appearance, and so that’s what I spent time cultivating. And some of that I get from my mother, some of that comes from the schools that I went to, and some of that comes from probably insecurity.
It took a while to adapt to life in London, but six months into my course at RADA, I felt very at home.
Throughout my career, I was never able to relax; I always had to go on the field with another responsibility. I felt like I was playing, not just for my team, but for my race.
Back in the Seventies, we had a romantic, poetic vision of the future, like it was in the movie ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’ It felt as if everything was still ahead of us.
For me, however, that beloved, glowing little word happiness has become associated with everything I have felt since childhood upon hearing the sound of the word itself.
I grew up weird – very sensitive and highly inhibited. I felt like I was born in the wrong time zone to the wrong people at the wrong place.
Losing my father at a tender age was hard, and I felt it more so while growing up when I needed a father to talk to. Especially while pursuing an acting career where I would have loved his guidance and advice, since it was his passion as well.
Sometimes I use Botox. Compared to most, I use it very sparingly. One time I did too much, though. I feel weird if I can’t move my face, and that one time I overdid it, I felt trapped in my own skin.
I was terrified to be my true self because I felt that it wasn’t enough. But I allowed myself to break down those walls.
‘Mr. India’ was a turning point. Before that, Hindi moviegoers saw me just as a glamour girl. After ‘Mr. India,’ they felt I could act.
After I hit a home run I had a habit of running the bases with my head down. I figured the pitcher already felt bad enough without me showing him up rounding the bases.
I had a few brushes with death, where I nearly chose to go. The final one in 1996 did it for me. I suddenly had that feeling that I wasn’t indestructible. There was no big white light experience, I just felt this complete blackness and a huge voice inside me saying, ‘This is not right.’
Because our father played professional soccer, being in the spotlight never felt weird to me and my brother. We always felt we could do anything.
When I was playing with the children, I felt I ought to be working, and when I was working, I felt I ought to be playing with the children.
That red carpet has to be felt to be believed.