„The head talks to the heart and the heart talks to the feet.“

—  Pelé
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Brazilian association football player 1940

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„As you talk, so is your heart.“

—  Paracelsus Swiss physician and alchemist 1493 - 1541

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„A scholar … should turn his ears from the talk of the illiterate and not take it to heart.“

—  Maimónides, book Mishneh Torah
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„Lincoln -- they used to talk about him almost as bad as they talk about me. So democracy has never been for the faint of heart.“

—  Barack Obama 44th President of the United States of America 1961
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„Hamm: There's something dripping in my head. A heart, a heart in my head.“

—  Samuel Beckett Irish novelist, playwright, and poet 1906 - 1989
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„I only talk from my heart so open yours when you listening“

—  Blu American rapper and music producer 1983
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„They looked forward to that moment with joy, but without haste, not pining for it, but seeming to have a foretaste of it in their hearts, of which they talked to one another.“

—  Fyodor Dostoyevsky, book The Dream of a Ridiculous Man
The Dream of a Ridiculous Man (1877), Context: They had no temples, but they had a real living and uninterrupted sense of oneness with the whole of the universe; they had no creed, but they had a certain knowledge that when their earthly joy had reached the limits of earthly nature, then there would come for them, for the living and for the dead, a still greater fullness of contact with the whole of the universe. They looked forward to that moment with joy, but without haste, not pining for it, but seeming to have a foretaste of it in their hearts, of which they talked to one another. IV

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„Although we talk so much about coincidence we do not really believe in it. In our heart of hearts we think better of the universe, we are secretly convinced that it is not such a slipshod, haphazard affair, that everything in it has meaning.“

—  J.B. Priestley English writer 1894 - 1984
"A Coincidence," http://books.google.com/books?id=vmpHAAAAIAAJ&q=%22Although+we+talk+so+much+about+coincidence+we+do+not+really+believe+in+it+in+our+heart+of+hearts+we+think+better+of+the+universe+we+are+secretly+convinced+that+it+is+not+such+a+slipshod+haphazard+affair+that+everything+in+it+has+meaning%22&pg=PA215#v=onepage Going Up Stories and Sketches (1950)

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„Well my heart knows me better than i know myself
So I'm gonna let it do all the talking.“

—  KT Tunstall Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist 1975
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