By Alfred Adler
A man is born alone and dies alone; And he experiences the good and bad consequences of his karma alone; And he goes alone to hell or the supreme abode.
I do believe in Karma. You will one day experience what you did to me.
Never play with the feelings in relationship, because you have no idea how karma plays the game.
If Karma is a thing, then wouldn’t wanting someone to experience bad Karma also get you bad Karma?
Just try to do the right thing, and that’s immediate karma: “I feel good about myself.”
I’m not a born actress, as such, I care about expressing feelings.
I probably hold the distinction of being one movie star who, by all laws of logic, should never have made it. At each stage of my career, I lacked the experience.
Actually, you have to be a little bit in love with your leading man and vice versa. If you’re going to portray love, you have to feel it. You can’t do it any other way. But you don’t carry it beyond the set.
Violence does not contribute to anything.
India has a consistent and well-known position on terrorism. We oppose all acts of terrorism, wherever they occur. We have repeatedly said that no cause can justify violence and destruction, particularly aimed at civilians.
Pleasure is never as pleasant as we expected it to be and pain is always more painful. The pain in the world always outweighs the pleasure. If you don’t believe it, compare the respective feelings of two animals, one of which is eating the other.
Putting is like wisdom – partly a natural gift and partly the accumulation of experience.
Feel is the most perplexing part of golf, and probably the most important.
I feel in the depths of my soul that it is the highest, most sacred, and most irreversible part of my obligation to preserve the union of these states, although it may cost me my life.
I am a Senator against my wishes and feelings, which I regret more than any other of my life.
I cannot consent that my mortal body shall be laid in a repository prepared for an Emperor or a King my republican feelings and principles forbid it the simplicity of our system of government forbids it.
We learn in friendship to look with the eyes of another person, to listen with her ears, and to feel with her heart.
We must interpret a bad temper as a sign of inferiority.
To see with the eyes of another, to hear with the ears of another, to feel with the heart of another. For the time being, this seems to me an admissible definition of what we call social feeling.
Violence as a way of gaining power… is being camouflaged under the guise of tradition, national honor, and national security.