„seeing with the eyes of another, listening with the ears of another, and feeling with the heart of another.“

Alfred Adler photo
Alfred Adler5
1870 - 1937

Citações relacionadas

Laxmi Prasad Devkota photo

„The thing which identifies is called eyes, understands is called brain, listens is called ear and feels is heart. To be devoid of these four things is the signs of being a beast.“

—  Laxmi Prasad Devkota Nepali poet 1909 - 1959
पण्डित लेखनाथ पौड्यालको विषयमा (On the subject of Pandit Lekhnath Paudyal)

John Constable photo

„Painting is but another word for feeling.“

—  John Constable English Romantic painter 1776 - 1837
Quote from Constable's letter to Rev. John Fisher October 1821

Franz Schubert photo
Thomas Carlyle photo
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow photo

„The maid my true heart loves would not my true love be;
She seeks another man; another maid loves he;
And me another maid her own true love would see:
Oh, fie on her and him and Love and HER and me!“

—  Bhartrihari Indian linguist, poet and writer
यां चिन्तयामि सततं मयि सा विरक्ता साप्यन्यमिच्छति जनं स जनोऽन्यसक्त:। अस्मत्कृते च परिशुष्यति काचिदन्या धिक्ताञ्च तं च मदनं च इमां च मां च ॥ Nītiśataka 2 Variant translation from K.M. Joglekar: That woman about whom I constantly meditate has no affection for me; she, however, yearns after another who is attached to someone else; while a certain woman pines away for me. Fie on her, on him, on the God of Love, on that woman, and on myself.

Norman Tebbit photo

„Go away and have another heart attack!“

—  Norman Tebbit English politician 1931
According to Francis Wheen, Tebbit shouted this at left-wing Labour MP Tom Litterick during a House of Commons debate in the late 1970s, on the day of Litterick's return to the commons after a lengthy abscence following a heart attack and extensive heart surgery. Litterick did in fact die of another heart attack shortly afterwards http://www.guardian.co.uk/Columnists/Column/0,5673,444195,00.html

Stevie Wonder photo
Samuel Richardson photo
Alexander Pope photo

„Teach me to feel another's woe,
To right the fault I see;
That mercy I to others show,
That mercy show to me.“

—  Alexander Pope eighteenth century English poet 1688 - 1744
Stanza 10; this extends upon the theme evident in the lines of Edmund Spenser in The Faerie Queene (1596), Book V, Canto ii, Stanza 42: "Who will not mercie unto others show, How can he mercy ever hope to have?"

Milan Kundera photo

„Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Etiam egestas wisi a erat. Morbi imperdiet, mauris ac auctor dictum.“