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There are strings in the human heart that had better not be vibrated
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"There are strings in the human heart that had better not be vibrated"

- Charles Dickens

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This quote by Charles Dickens speaks with the power of emotions and the potential repercussions of enabling them to be expressed. It suggests that there are particular feelings and experiences that are so effective and extreme that they should not be expressed or shared. It suggests that these emotions can be so frustrating that they can trigger harm to the person feeling them, along with to those around them. It is a pointer to be conscious of our feelings and to be aware of the possible consequences of permitting them to be revealed. It is an alerting to be cautious with our words and actions, as they can have an enduring effect on our relationships and our lives. Eventually, this quote serves as a suggestion to be conscious of our emotions and to be knowledgeable about the potential effects of permitting them to be expressed.

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Charles Dickens This quote is written / told by Charles Dickens between February 7, 1812 and June 9, 1870. He was a famous Novelist from England. The author also have 58 other quotes.

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