Best 298 of Mood quotes - MyQuotes
Ana Claudia Antunes
My dear melancholy, Enraged she's colic! Lovely indeed a fellow And so sweet a collie. Never but so mellow Can she be like a dolly? However she's so frolic! Or could she get yellow Like a peach, but jolly? You'll regret her follies!
so many people would be afraid to look in the mirror if the saw their character and not their face…it would be like american horror story.
David Cameron was wrong on this [Brexit]. He didn't get the mood of his country right. He was very surprised to see what happened.
...trying to use willpower to overcome the apathetic sort of sadness that accompanies depression is like a person with no arms trying to punch themselves until their hands grow back. A fundamental component of the plan is missing and it isn't going to work.
Vincent De Paul
We must hold as an irrefutable maxim that the difficulties we have with our neighbor arise more from our immortified moods than from anything else.
When one being gets into the mood of life he can bring millions to life. When one fellow gets into the suicidal mood, he can kill thousands along with him.
I don't place too much importance on words. It's always the last thing I do because I'm definitely more interested in mood.
All I wanted was to connect my moods with those of Paris. Beauty pains and when it pained most, I shot.
But I think I’m coloured by my own wishes, & experimental mood.
I prepare for a shoot by saturating my brain with images that have different moods or expressions.
For me especially, I always have a very cheery disposition and that's how I've always come off. So I forget that doesn't really allow me to have a bad mood.
A performance must capture or communicate with the mood and feelings of that very moment.
I know that when I am up for it I will, and when I’m not in the mood to, I don’t make myself feel badly over it.
I really write emotionally so whatever mood I'm in, or if a chord hits me a certain way that's what I'll go off of.
She's you, without your conscience, or your feelings. She's you without your humanity." "You're saying she's a mood swing?" He shrugged. "Or maybe you're her mood swing." "Don't even joke about that.
Catherine The Great
You were in a mood to quarrel. Please inform me once the inclination passes.
Sometimes I'm in a mood like a Maths problem such as "If you have 4 pencils and 7 apples, how many pancakes will fit on the roof? Purple, because aliens don't wear hats".
The hand of nature was stretching itself out towards him, for the tall grass on the slopes of the Bulashah Hills was in sight, and he had opened his heart to it, lifted by the cool breeze that wafted him away from the crowds, the ugliness and the noise of the outcastes' street. He looked across at the swaying loveliness before him and the little hillocks over which it spread under a sunny sky, so transcendingly blue and beautiful that he felt like standing dumb and motionless before it. He listened to the incoherent whistling of the shrubs. They were the voices he knew so well. He was glad that his friends were ahead of him and that the thrum was not broken, for the curve of his soul seemed to bend over the heights, straining to woo nature in solitude and silence. It seemed to him he would be unhappy if he heard even one human voice. His inside seemed to know that it wouldn't be soothed if there were the slightest obstruction between him and the outer world. It didn't even occur to him to ask why he had come here. He was just swamped by the merest fringe of the magnificent fields that spread before him. He had been startled into an awareness of the mystery of vegetable moods.
I got very lucky that some of the things that I wanted to work did work. Not because I knew what I was doing, just through dumb luck, it just looked beautiful and sounded great and captured some magical mood. And you just have to hope that you get lucky when you do big things like making a movie, or something.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Tolerance should, strictly speaking, be only a passing mood; it ought to lead to acknowledgment and appreciation. To tolerate a person is to affront him.
Her mood was suddenly in free fall, a state she knew all too well. A heaviness inside. A hollow loneliness. A need to either quarrel or cry. A downward plunge that could only be escaped by huge loss of temper, howling for her mother, or what people like teachers called going too far. Trouble on the way.
The first few moments of the day are some of the most important as they can determine the mood for the rest of the day.
The music I listen to while writing is really scene-specific. It's just a great motivator, a way to put myself in the mood.
My doctor says, 'You've got one of the hardest ones to treat because it's not bipolar, it's not up and down, you're always just about a quart low in the mood department.
Sorry to ruining your mood... but as always there is something to fuck you up one way or another way.
I had a mini marathon once I landed the role - going from 'Splendor in the Grass' to 'Bonnie and Clyde' to 'Shampoo' to 'Reds.' I watched them back to back. I found that when you're in the mood for 'Reds,' you're not in the mood for 'Shampoo.'
The key to happiness is being happy with who you are and enjoying the life you are living.
When my mood was high, I seemed normal, even buoyant. I felt smarter. I had secrets. I could see God in a light bulb
In real life, when someone's partner calls them, they can tell from the first word their partner says what their mood is.
The piano is always true to me. In times of despair, happiness, and joy, its mood is always my own.
The winding down of summer puts me in a heavy philosophical mood.
I have mood poisoning. Must be something I hate.
Most of all people respond to a film tackling grave subjects that question and go against the prevailing mood.
Above all, a horse should never be chastised out of foul mood or anger, but always with complete dispassion.
When somebody else calls you exotic, exotic is a box - it's the stereotype of snake charmers and face jewelry. You're just that stereotype. But I don't get offended anymore. I used to get offended by things that were said to me, or how I was seen. Now I educate. If I get pissed off, I'll educate in a sassy way. Other times I educate in a Gandhi-like way. You know - I have my moods.
Love is not a theme. It's an atmosphere, a mood.
Charles De Lint
The thing with pretending you're in a good mood is that sometimes you can actually trick yourself into feeling better.
Mehmet Murat Ildan
Your mood is constantly changing, your psychology is constantly changing, your desires, your fads, your fears, your attitudes are constantly changing! Why? Because you have not attained wisdom yet! Only through wisdom your storms will settle down and your waves will calm down.
Dreams, remembered or not, can color our mood for a good part of the day.
Most behavior is in pursuit of a goal. Some efforts are attempts to get something, others to escape or prevent something. Either way, an individual is usually trying to make progress toward some goal. High and low moods are aroused by situations that arise during goal pursuit. What situations? A generic but useful answer is: high and low moods were shaped to cope with propitious and unpropitious situations.
God created a woman to be the keeper of her home. She sets the tone, and where her mind and heart goes, her home and marriage tend to follow.
When am mad, I cry when am mad, I scream, When am mad, I want to be left alone when am mad, I sleep When am mad, I take a long walk When am mad, I write to express how I feel when am mad, i draw picture to describe my mood, when am mad, i slam doors
Amy Leigh Mercree
Essential oils are popular aromatics for scenting a space or setting a mood, but they can be so much more beneficial to our health.
I feel bad about that, that I worship celebrities... but their moods create weather.
There's this mood I can get into sometimes. It's hard to explain. I don't know how to describe it other than to say I feel sort of dead - faded, really, or reduced, like there's less of me or I'm not as much of myself. It's as if I've forgotten who I am or who I'm meant to be or if I'm really even anything or anyone at all.
There is no escape from yesterday because yesterday has deformed us, or been deformed by us. The mood is of no importance. Deformation has taken place.
To heal mine aching moods, Give me God's virgin woods.
the moods of sadness that come over anyone who takes up art... these dismal moods have very little compensation.
I love the French for their sarcasm, their irony. I love them for their bad moods.
In that sweet mood when pleasant thoughts bring sad thoughts to the mind.