We apply law to facts. We don't apply feelings to facts.
I started feeling this little lump in my throat, like you would feel if you have swollen glands or something like that, like you'd feel if you have a cold, so I didn't really think it was anything.
I do try to wash my face before I go to bed now, which I never really used to do. Sometimes, if it's really dire, I won't, but most times I get around to it, even if it's just with water.
From the very early days of seeing patients, I noticed that many of them seemed to be concerned with issues of their mortality, and so the philosophy training I had taken began to seem rather important to me.
Irvin D. Yalom
For, to be a stranger is naturally a very positive relation; it is a specific form of interaction.
What's vice today may be virtue, tomorrow.