70 phrases of tenderness to understand this feeling
Perhaps there is no more recognized feeling as a source of inspiration and exaltation of the most sublime that human beings can bring. And is that in the different phrases of tenderness that we find we can recognize that facility to connect with others in an empathic way
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The most honest phrases of tenderness
Then a review of the phrases of tenderness that have been created with great sensitivity .
1. That the other person considers you theirs is not tenderness, that is possession. Tenderness is when a person takes care of you so well that it seems to be caressing you and then, you feel that you are protected by a stone castle (William Srekit)
Tenderness will always make you feel safe and calm, otherwise it is necessary to review our concept of tenderness.
2. When you feel tenderness towards another person, you could spend the rest of your life at their side doing absolutely nothing and still feel as if you were in heaven (Sara Halles)
This phrase of tenderness shows us how this feeling influences couple relationships .
3. Imagine that everyone was something more tender, something more kind, something more loving. With that little effort we would change the world from one day to the next (John Kazebic)
Tenderness as a source of harmony among peers.
4. Love is an act of interminable forgiveness, a tender gaze that becomes a habit (Peter Ustinov)
Tenderness as a way or channel that accompanies an action.
5. The most powerful symptom of love is an almost insurmountable tenderness (Victor Hugo)
When tenderness is a powerful expression of love .
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6. I will never hurt you, I will always help you. If you're hungry, I'll give you my food. If you are afraid, I will be your friend. I love you now and love never ends (Orson Scott Card)
This phrase expresses care and attention.
7. The best and most beautiful things in this world can not be seen or even heard; they must be felt with the heart (Helen Keller)
That is why tenderness is experience independently in each person.
8. The bravest are the most tender; those who love the most are those who dare the most (Bayard Joseph Taylor)
There is a power that hides within tenderness.
9. There was never a really big and generous heart, that was not also tender and compassionate (Robert Frost)
The power of tenderness has existed in great men.
10. We must combine the hardness of the snake with the softness of the dove, a hard mind with a tender heart (Martin Luther King, Jr.)
Tenderness as part of a diverse range of what is human essence.
11. Beauty is not how you are on the outside, it is the wisdom and time you give to give other souls that fight, like you (Shannon L. Alder)
Tenderness also means patience and teaching.
12. There is not something like a hard love. Love is kindness, compassion, tenderness (Heather Wolf)
Again the tenderness appears as a trait of love .
13. Be tender with the mistakes of others, be strict towards yours (H. H. Swami Tejomayananda)
Tenderness as part of the learning process.
14. Proposes to be tender with the young, compassionate with the elderly, understanding with the one who strives and tolerant with the weak. Sometime in your life you will be one of them (Dr. Robert H. Goddard)
Everything you give to others returns in some way.
15. Friendship is a perfect agreement of the feelings of human and divine things, together with goodness and mutual tenderness (Cicero)
The tenderness as an expression of friendship .
16. Pray for a hard skin and a strong heart (Ruth Graham)
Tenderness is usually the strength of any heart.
17. The most precious possession that ever comes to the world is the heart of a woman (Josiah G. Holland)
This phrase of tenderness is dedicated to women.
18. One day you will ask me what is more important, if my life or yours. I will say that you and mine will leave without knowing that you are my life (Khalil Gibran)
This phrase manages to express tenderness in a very simple way.
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19. At this time somewhere in the world there is someone who would be happy to have you (Walter Riso)
The tenderness that expresses this phrase of Riso manages to cheer up a lonely heart.
20. Because you always exist anywhere, but you exist better where I love you (Mario Benedetti)
A person who is able to inspire tenderness can pull off other expressions of affection.
21. Love is not only phrases full of tenderness, it is the whole heart that is delivered without measure (Anonymous)
Tenderness is not enough, you have to know how to express it as a shared feeling .
22. Frida spread tenderness like flowers, yes, like flowers. A great tenderness, an infinite tenderness (Chavela Vargas)
A peculiar way to describe the painter by one of her best friends.
23. Hardening without ever losing tenderness (Che Guevara)
A phrase of tenderness to avoid losing it.
24. Have you seen a gesture of tenderness in the face of a sleeping fool? (Jaime Sabines)
Nice phrase of tenderness by Jaime Sabines.
25. Tenderness is the central column that sustains life José (Víctor Martínez Gil)
Tenderness as an important basis for the human being.
26. Tenderness is the repose of passion (Petrus Jacobus Joubert)
In this phrase, tenderness is seen as a deeper and more serene feeling.
27. Love without tenderness is pure desire for dominion and self-affirmation until the destructive. Tenderness without love is soft sentimentality incapable of creating anything (Fernando Savater)
On the honest expression of tenderness depending on which feeling is accompanied.
28. My heart is white with tenderness (Jacobo Fijman)
On a heart that is always approached by tenderness.
29. In the maternal breast we absorb tenderness for life (José Narosky)
About maternal tenderness
30. Things I want, like a great wave of tenderness, breaking a snail noise, a school of fish in my mouth, something fragile and naked, like a flower about to give in to the first light of the morning, or simply a seed, a tree, a little grass. (Gioconda Belli)
Beautiful expression of what this emotional state means.
31. Let me express to you, when the words flee, oh, expression of touch, the only precise voice, let me express my tenderness (Vicente Gaos)
One of the many ways that poets approach tenderness.
32. I will make the tenderness reach you among the waves and that the dew of the dawn will never find you alone, that the foam will lull you asleep in my arms and be like the foam kissing your lips (Rosana)
About the tenderness that comes as a song.
33. It is difficult to maintain the necessary cruelty that allows us to be implacable in our judgments. The tenderness of memories is spreading everywhere; if we dilute ourselves in it it will be impossible to look at someone with the hard eyes of reality (Elias Canetti)
Tenderness as a desensitizer of hard hearts.
34. It is necessary to unclench the hand, to strip her in the street, to enter by knocking down the door of the men second floor to the left file number tenderness (Roberto Jorge Santoro)
Great way to include tenderness in the poetic expression.
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35. We think we can guess the feelings of the other, we can not, of course, we can never. It's not important. Actually it's the tenderness that interests me. That is the gift that moves me, that sustains me, this morning, just like every morning (Raymond Carver)
Tenderness as the engine of life.
36. Never in life will you find tenderness better and more disinterested than that of your mother (Honoré de Balzac)
This phrase of tenderness honors the mother .
37. Candles of love in gulfs of tenderness flies my poor heart to the wind and finds, in what reaches, its torment, and waits, in what it does not find, its luck (Ramón De Campoamor)
Again the lyric as a way of expression of tenderness.
38. Only tender people are really strong (James Dean)
On the power of tenderness.
39. When death arrives, the great reconciliator, we never repent of our tenderness, but of our severity (Mary Anne Evans)
Tenderness becomes the perfect companion of the memorable moments , thanks to its intensity and the feeling it produces.
40. I am so satisfied with my beauty that in another love I will never even think or look for tenderness (Giovanni Boccaccio)
When, due to different situations, we refuse to share the experience of tenderness with the other.
41. What is the reason why words like these are so clumsy and so cold? Could it be that there is no word tender enough to describe you? (Phrases by James Joyce)
When we have finished the resources to express tenderness.
42. What music of touch you caress with you! What deep chords! What scales of tenderness, of hardness, of enjoyment! (Manuel Altolaguirre)
On nuances of emotions.
43. It is not necessary that there be love in a book for us to love, but it is necessary that there be much tenderness (Joseph Joubert)
Tenderness over any type of expression.
44. Life is tenderness. That's why we do not understand it or understand it ever. The stone does not understand the breeze We measure the orbits of the stars, and we are astonished before a flower (Rafael Barrett)
It is not easy to understand tenderness when we are not ready to rock with it.
45. But when he was about to scream, the fear disappeared. It was replaced by a wave of tenderness, grief and an unexpected desire (Kate Morton)
On sudden outbursts of anguish , and its solution.
46. The spasms of tenderness shake heaven and earth. (Manuel González Prada)
A very intense way of explaining the experience of emotional connection with someone.
47. I do not need the moon or even the foam, I only need two or three seconds of tenderness (Luis Eduardo Aute)
When tenderness becomes an imperative need.
48. Life has rewarded me with the most precious thing that exists. I have known the tenderness (Miguel Mihura)
In this phrase of tenderness, the author wanted to show this as the maximum expression of the divine.
49. Now that I had discovered what tenderness was, I put it in everything I liked (José Mauro De Vasconcelos)
When you have walked on their land and it is difficult to leave them.
50. Life without tenderness is not worth much (José Mauro De Vasconcelos)
As an important part of existence.
51. I did not understand anything then! I should have judged her for her actions and not for her words. The flower perfumed and illuminated my life and I should never have fled from there! I could not guess the tenderness that hid their poor tricks! The flowers are so contradictory! But I was too young to know how to love her (Antoine De Saint-Exupéry)
This author has many times succeeded in transmitting the experience of tenderness in his works.
52. It was not enough with the few images that a man can or has a right to remember: dates, precise places, exact shades of light and details of tenderness, enumerations of quotations, words, and so much thinking about Mariana were required. he spent the memories (Antonio Muñoz Molina)
When accompanying the distress is life.
53. They were small discoveries full of tenderness (Takashi Hiraide)
And probably their greatness was in them.
54. He felt the tenderness and respect of the one who kisses the one he loves (Dolores Redondo)
About the expression of affection.
55. (...) When his gaze stopped again on Nicolas, smiled again, with a smile that was not distracted, nor insistent, but addressed him, personally, wrapped it entirely with that heavenly tenderness that emanating from her (Emmanuel Carrere)
A way to describe tenderness from the divine.
56. Sad tenderness of mine, what are you doing suddenly? When I have reached the most daring and cold vertex my heart closes like a nocturnal flower (Pablo Neruda)
Beautiful extract of a sincere and moving conversation.
57. You looked at me with tenderness, that look of when you detect that the other is having a terrible time (Mónica Carrillo)
As a sign of solidarity and empathy.
58. Tenderness is, in these times, a way as another to fill the sandwich with barbecue smoke; it does not feed a better one but it does not lose the illusion (Yasmina Khadra)
Tenderness is an experience that we are going to nourish in any way.
59. There is one thing that is always desired and is sometimes obtained: human tenderness (Albert Camus)
On how difficult it is sometimes to run into that feeling.
60. And for the first time since I knew him, his face showed what he always hid: tenderness, love ... And pain (Cornelia Funke)
As a characteristic feature of sensitive people.
61. Your caresses surround me like the vines to the shady walls. (Pablo Neruda)
A way to give texture to tenderness.
62. The weak and the tender overcome the hard and the strong. (Lao Tse)
Tenderness over the aggressive.
63. Life is tenderness. That's why we do not understand it or understand it ever. The stone does not understand the breeze, we measure the orbits of the stars, and we are astonished before a flower (Rafael Barrett)
Emotions are unknown terrain.
64. In art as in love, tenderness is what gives strength (Oscar Wilde)
As a source of sublime expressions.
65. That the breath of life makes you tender and fresh as tender and fresh is a newborn child (Lao Tzu)
Tenderness is like water, it molds and it takes different forms in the face of different experiences of life .
66. The condition of life is to devour what lives, and whoever avoids it, for that feeling that they call tenderness, always succumbs (Wenceslao Fernández Florez)
When this feeling is our weakness.
67. Children are like god, full of tenderness, peace and with the universal language of love (Pedro Pantoja Santiago)
The divine tenderness of children.
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68. When will you understand that sometimes being hard means being tender? (Sam Huntington)
Interesting way to address the strengths.
69. (...) Because all her passion, all her tenderness were inside herself (...) She thought she had a lover when she only had love (Jacinto Octavio Picón)
When the tenderness is in the deepest feelings but we still do not know.
70. It is more appropriate to contain children for honor and tenderness than for fear and punishment (Terence)
It is the best way to educate a child.