quote by Jim Morrison

Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.

— Jim Morrison

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I don't think you get to good writing unless you expose yourself and your feelings. Deep songs don't come from the surface; they come from the deep down. The poetry and the songs that you are suppose to write, I believe are in your heart.

Expose yourself to as much randomness as possible.

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There's nothing worse than the feeling of wishing you had another chance at a play because you weren't ready. Every athlete has those feelings to mull over, and over and over ... Don't even expose yourself to the possibility to being caught off-guard. —

By exposing yourself to risk, you're exposing yourself to heavy-duty learning, which gets you on all levels. It becomes a very emotional experience as well as an intellectual experience. Each time you make a mistake, you're learning from the school of hard knocks, which is the best education available.

If a tiny spark of God's love already burns within you, do not expose it to the wind, for it may get blown out.... Stay quiet with God. Do not spend your time in useless chatter.... Do not give yourself to others so completely that you have nothing left for yourself.

I see so many bands, that are trying really hard to write for a person that they've never met. I get the idea behind it and the idea of helping people, but I feel you help people more by exposing yourself.

To be successful, you have to expose yourself to different situations-different styles of play, different teammates, different coaching.

It is impossible to meet God without abandon, without exposing yourself, being raw.

You are never freer than in that moment when you decide to expose yourself to sniper fire.

It's one thing when you are photographing others, but when you are exposing yourself and your insecurities, that's the biggest risk. That's always scary.

College is such a unique time because you're learning a little bit how to be an adult. You're learning how to take care of yourself without parental influence, and you're exposed to so many great minds. I feel like I didn't even know how to think until I got to college.

You're free because you don't have to expose yourself, and you can go wild, and let your id completely out of its box, and nobody will see you because you're operating through a surrogate. It's an opportunity to crack open your shell, to melt down yourself, and just let yourself go. It's a form of catharsis for me.

If you are not actively seeking and creating opportunities, which always contain an element of risk, you are actually exposing yourself to more serious risks in the long term.

When you put yourself on the line in a race and expose yourself to the unknown, you learn things about yourself that are very exciting.

Love means the courage to expose yourself to the potential pains of being hurt, deeply hurt by someone you trust.

You don't know how to take off your suit of armor.

You have no idea how to conduct yourself without the reference point of your own security... You can expose your wounds and flesh, your sore points. You can be completely raw and exposed.

I actually have more respect for people who are in the closet.

You end up exposing so much of yourself because you have to talk about your sexual life. You shouldn't have to talk about it.

Be sure to expose yourself to criticism: A fine polish requires an abrasive.

Writing is very different to having your photo taken.

You are exposing yourself more, not physically but emotionally.

Expose not the secret failings of mankind, otherwise you must verily bring scandal upon them and distrust upon yourself.

I've learned that to expose yourself, to reveal yourself is a test of your humanness.

Start to give more thought to the world around you.

Stop exposing yourself to situations that drain your energy. You will discover through a trial and error process that you will have more energy.

Life wears us down. We all die here. Depending upon the way you expose yourself to energies and powers and forces will determine whether you have a lot of energy or you lose energy.

You know when I decided to become professional - that means to expose yourself naked to the world with the other creative minds - I said, 'I'm going into areas I don't know. I might just fall right down to hell and kill myself.

There's something very scary about exposing yourself on camera, knowing that you're going to be put on thousands of screens around the world for everyone to judge, but there's also something very thrilling and exciting about it.

I always felt called to serve, to empower and ennoble as many people as I could, teaching, truth-telling, exposing lies, bearing witness, and being willing to live and die for something bigger than yourself.

Dating is different when you get older.

You're not as trusting, or as eager to get back out there and expose yourself to someone.

There's real beauty in pushing yourself to expose the real you in more ways.

I think the more you expose yourself as a celebrity, the less interesting you are to watch in your work, because if you're putting yourself out there all the time, you're not holding anything back.

I collect art, and I drink wine... things that I like that I had never been exposed to. But I never said, 'I'm going to buy art to impress this crowd.' That's just ridiculous to me. I don't live my life like that, because how could you be happy with yourself?

It's good to overexpose yourself with work. But don't expose yourself too much with the press.

I wouldn't go up on a stage now if you paid a thousand dollars for one minute of acting. It's a nasty experience. You're up there all by yourself. You're so damn exposed.

Whatever character you play, it gives you the chance to expose another side of yourself that maybe you've never felt comfortable with, or never knew about.

I'm always down to chill with people.

I'm so happy to have a conversation. But, yeah, I feel like if you're always exposing yourself, if you're always engaging with social media, then you no longer have the right to say no. And I want to retain that right, for as long as I can.