Range Of Emotions Quotes by Nicholas Sparks, Chantal Kreviazuk, Brenda Shaughnessy, Toni Morrison, Bill Goldberg, Terry Tempest Williams and many others.
You have to find actors who have the ability to display a wide range of emotion effectively. That’s so much harder than it seems.
I’m not writing just about melancholy stuff anymore, I made a point to cover a wide range of emotions.
Strength means honoring your entire range of emotion, even your despair and heartbreak.
My world did not shrink because I was a black female writer. It just got bigger.
Whether I was a character in WCW, WWE or The Longest Yard, you want to be able to – the best part about myself is that I have a very wide range of emotions in that one second I can be speaking on Capital Hill about dog fighting and giving them a voice, which they can’t obviously speak for themselves.
I think I must be worried all the time – maybe that is the other side of joy, you know, holding that line of the full range of emotions.
I have seen that grief can be very different for different people. While the range of emotions experienced is similar, the way we deal with those emotions isn’t, necessarily.
Life is all about experiencing the full range of emotions.
I can’t say anything other than the fact that I feel a range of emotions including guilt, shame, sadness, betrayal, freedom and appreciation for those who have stood by me, been tough on me, and have taken the time to understand that there is a deeper story and not to believe everything they read in the newspapers.
It’s fun playing two roles. The roles provide a wonderful range of emotions. Stuart is childlike and sensitive. Adam is ruthless, outrageous. He’s flamboyant. He does the unexpected.
I perceive the world through the wide range of emotions that whirl all around in it.
Of course, I get angry. Of course, I get sad. I have a full range of emotions. I also have a whole smorgasbord of ways of dealing with my feelings. That is what we should give children. Give them … ways to express their rage without hurting themselves or somebody else. That’s what the world needs.
And rather than hide that, I would rather put that out on the radio and let someone see the full range of emotions. If you’re going to be strong on the radio, you got to let it all out, even the ugly stuff. And you can’t apologize for it.
As a consumer of culture, I like a wide range of emotions to be touched in art. It’s funny but on the other side of it, I do feel that people that are trying to sell culture would like to see a narrower range of expression from their content-makers. Easier to sell I guess.
This whole notion that the robot has to declare nuclear war is one part of the discussion, but it may not be reality. Reality is, maybe it can empathize to a far greater degree than we can and experience a way wider range of emotions. So, why not have a robot that can do that?