- n. Plural form of thought.
“I'm in love with Optimus Prime. *purge bad thoughts, purge bad thoughts, purge bad thoughts*”
“Is it possible that _the bold adventurer can fix his thoughts on you_, and still be dejected _at the thoughts_ that a bonny blue-eyed lass looked favourably on a less-lucky fellow than himself?" vol. 2, p. 136.”
“You never cease telling us, that the designs of God are impenetrable; that _his ways are not our ways, nor his thoughts our thoughts_; that it is absurd to complain of his administration, of the motives and springs of which we are totally ignorant; that it is presumption to tax his judgments with injustice, because we cannot comprehend them.”
“I. ii.195 (243,9) [I beseech you, punish me not with your hard thoughts, wherein I confess me much guilty] I should wish to read, _I beseech you, punish me not with your hard thoughts_.”
“You will begin to perceive that what you thought was a matter of no serious importance; that your thoughts on any subject are not perhaps the clearest and wisest that could be arrived at thereupon: in fact, that unless you are a very singular person, you cannot be said to have any thoughts at all; that you have no materials for them, in any serious matters; 5no right to think, but only to try to learn more of the facts.”
“IV. vi.80 (450,3) Bear free and patient thoughts] To be melancholy is to have the mind _chained down_ to one painful idea; there is therefore great propriety in exhorting Glo'ster to _free thoughts_, to an emancipation of his soul from grief and despair.”
“Of course, I could be wrong, and those who've read the novel can feel free to share the title thoughts they have about this with me here.”
“Doing that would be obviously foolish, but listening to other thoughts is an integral part to succeeding as a business.”
“For introverts, to be alone with our thoughts is as restorative as sleeping, as nourishing as eating.”
“Hearing your thoughts is the best part of the day.”
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The process of a finding your broken heart and gluing it back together.
I love words, especially the ones I make up with my friends.
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
love love love
Well you're my friend
(it's what you told me)
and can you see
(what's inside of me).
we've been out drinking
and many times
we've shared our tho...
Looking for tweets for thoughts.