In other words, though you might not realize it, the person your eyes so effortlessly find and admire in a crowded room, is the person that has your heart. Holding hands healing scars loving whispers to the stars Children dream innocents cry we are guests born to die So many lost along the way be the change live this day Search within find the above follow your heart remember to love.
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Log in Sign up. Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray. I did, it got broken. Sometimes you have to stop thinking so much and just go where your heart takes you. Citations book books focuse follow your heart ignore your mind life live your dreams love poem poetry quote quotes words.
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I screamed when I got to this part even kanji knows what's good yosuke please follow your heart learn from tatsuya lmao sorry everyone I had to get this out there posting from my phone is weird tho;;; not imagines persona q persona 4 yosuke hanamura kanji tatsumi unpopular opinion but I love this game sm. There will be a few times in your life when all your instincts will tell you to do something, something that defies logic, upsets your plans, and may seem crazy to others.
When that happens, you do it. Listen to your instincts and ignore everything else. Ignore logic, ignore the odds, ignore the complications, and just go for it. Judith McNaught instinct follow your heart hope quotes quote O lit.
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Follow your unconventional, crazy heart. Do not compare, do not measure. No other way is like yours. All other ways deceive and tempt you. You must fulfill the way that is in you. Lo, none is allowed to take his goods with him, Lo, none who departs comes back again! The following version was found in the tomb of Neferhotep, the priest.
It was inscribed during the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt. How reposed is this righteous lord The kindly fate has come to pass Bodies pass away since the time of the gods New generations come in their place Re shows himself at dawn Atum goes to rest in the western mountains Men beget, Women conceive Every nostril breathes the air Dawn comes and their children have gone to their tombs Make holiday Oh priest Put incense and fine oil together to your nostrils And garlands of lotus and rrmt flowers to your breast While your sister who you love sits at your side Put song and music before you Cast all evil behind you Think of your joys Until that day has come of landing At the land that loves silence Where the heart of the one whom he loves does not weary Make holiday, Neferhotep the justified Good priest, pure of hands I have heard all that happened to the [ ] Their buildings have crumbled Their dwellings are no more They are as if they had not come into being Since the time of the God.
The following version was found in the tomb of Inherkhawy, the overseer of workers at the royal cemetery of Thebes.
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Sung by his Harpist for Osiris, Chief of the Crew in the place of Truth, Inherkhawy, who says: I am this man, this worthy one, who lives redeemed by abundance of good tendered by God indeed All who come into being as flesh pass on, and have since God walked the earth; and young blood mounts to their places.
The busy fluttering souls and bright transfigured spirits who people the world below and those who shine in the stars with Orion, They built their mansions, they built their tombs and all men rest in the grave. So set your home well in the sacred land that your good name last because of it; Care for your works in the realm under God that your seat in the West be splendid The waters flow north, the wind blows south, and each man goes to his hour.
So, seize the day! Hold holiday! Be unwearied, unceasing, alive, you and your own true love; Let not your heart be troubled during your sojourn on earth, but seize the day as it passes!
Put incense and sweet oil upon you, garlanded flowers at your breast, While the lady alive in your heart forever delights as she sits beside you. Grieve not your heart, whatever comes; let sweet music play before you; Recall not the evil, loathsome to God, but have joy, joy, joy, and pleasure!
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O upright man, man just and true, patient and kind, content with your lot, rejoicing, not speaking evil Let your heart be drunk on the gift of Day until that day comes when you anchor. This site uses functional cookies and external scripts to improve your experience. Which cookies and scripts are used and how they impact your visit is specified on the left.
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