A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.
A humorist is a person who feels bad, but who feels good about it.
You know how bad my voice sounds - well it feels just as bad.
The guitar is something you kind of embrace, and the piano is something you kind of - when you play it, you sort of push it away. It feels very different.
For me, a good friend is someone you might only see once or twice a year but each time it feels as though you've just seen them last week.
I always say that when it comes to picking a single, firstly you have to go with what feels right and what your gut tells you.
When I've done somewhat scripted stuff, it feels a little flat. It feels like there's not much life behind it.
Everyone I know feels harassed by email which has invaded their waking and sleeping hours.
Motor racing is like one big family, ultimately, and when you come back to it, that's really what it feels like.
We were taking some photos one day in front of one of these old antebellum homes, and one of us said the word. And we all kind of stopped and said, 'That could be a name!' ... It just feels kind of country and nostalgic.
Sometimes I feel like a human pin cushion. Every painful emotion hits me with ridiculously exaggerated force. And the anxiety feels like hands inside of me, squeezing my guts really hard.
Just do what feels right.
I think that whenever a nation feels itself to be at is zenith, it starts to feel a creeping sense of anxiety.
My body feels pretty unbelievable.
I'm always looking for that movie that feels like it's hitting me where I need it.
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