There are many feelings which can be expressed in so many ways that there is really no one pattern for them. For example, hope has no shape, nor do inspiration, fear, or love.
Here’s an essey I’ve written for this post:
As it was added later then the quote probably bearly anyone has seen it, which is my reason for recycling:
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It is not easy to deal scientifically
with feelings. One may attempt to describe their physiological signs.
Where that is impossible—I am afraid the oceanic feeling, too, will defy this kind of classification—nothing
remains but to turn to the ideational content which most readily associates itself with the feeling.
For how can I go so far as to try to use language to get between pain and its expression?
“It was the longest day I’ve heard of outside of Irish literature.”