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Endorphins Overload quotes by Charles Bukowski
#1. King Mongut had 9,000 wives. Think of it: 365 days a year divided into 9,000. No arguments. No menstrual periods. No psychic overload. Just feast and feast and feast. It must have been very hard for King Mongut to die, or very easy. There could not have been an in-between. #Quote by Charles Bukowski
Endorphins Overload quotes by Seneca.
#2. Even for studies, where expenditure is most honorable, it is justifiable only so long as it is kept within bounds. What is the use of having countless books and libraries, whose titles their owners can scarcely read through in a whole lifetime? The learner is, not instructed, but burdened by the mass of them, and it is much better to surrender yourself to a few authors than to wander through many. #Quote by Seneca.
Endorphins Overload quotes by Quinn Loftis
#3. Tears are good for you," Raphael said. When she opened her eyes back up, he knelt down. His large frame seemed to make the room shrink. His face was almost level with hers as his eyes met Emma's. "They are a gift from the Creator to his creation. Tears release endorphins in the mind that help sooth and comfort. They cleanse the eyes and relieve stress, thereby lowering blood pressure and taking strain off of the heart. He created you with tears and nothing he created is bad. Those tears you are holding in are necessary, Emma. Let them fall, let them heal, and let them remind you with each one that you are not alone. #Quote by Quinn Loftis
Endorphins Overload quotes by Daniel Goleman
#4. Overloading attention shrinks mental control. Life immersed in digital distractions creates a near constant cognitive overload. And that overload wears out self-control. #Quote by Daniel Goleman
Endorphins Overload quotes by Cameron J Anderson
#5. We look to artists to feel for us, to suffer and rejoice, to describe the heights of their passionate response to life so that we can enjoy them from a safe distance. . . . We look to artists to stop time for us, to break the cycle of birth and death and temporarily put an end to life's processes. It is too much of a whelm for any one person to face up to without going into sensory overload. Artists, on the other hand, court that intensity. We ask artists to fill our lives with a cavalcade of fresh sights and insights, the way life was for us when we were children and everything was new.39 #Quote by Cameron J Anderson
Endorphins Overload quotes by Richard Pinhas
#6. I felt I had nothing more to say. Everything would have had to be a replay of the previous two or three albums, and that decided me to stop. What bothered me most was not playing guitar at all anymore. I felt I had no more contact with the instrument. It was just a piece of wood to me. I even thought music had definitely left me. After fourteen albums, there may be an overload phase, a sort of lassitude. #Quote by Richard Pinhas
Endorphins Overload quotes by Maria Semple
#7. We were quiet for a while, and then I said, "I think my favorite part of Antarctica is just looking out." You know why?" Dad asked. "When your eyes are softly focused on the horizon for sustained periods, your brain releases endorphins. It's the same as a runner's high. #Quote by Maria Semple
Endorphins Overload quotes by Krystal Sutherland
#8. The insane rush of endorphins that flooded my system the moment my phone vibrated and her name popped up on screen was worrying. I'd never been addicted to anything before, but I thought maybe this is what it felt like to be a junkie in desperate need of a hit.
"Edward Cullen, you poor, miserable bastard," I said as I locked my phone screen and stared at the ceiling. "I should not have judged you so harshly. #Quote by Krystal Sutherland
Endorphins Overload quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#9. Gansey's mind was on overload. He could feel his synapses murdering one another. #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater
Endorphins Overload quotes by Bryan Cranston
#10. You get addicted to emotions. Our endorphins kick in and it's like a high. On the low end you might love roller coasters. On the high end you might be a bank robber or something. #Quote by Bryan Cranston
Endorphins Overload quotes by Susannah Scott
#11. She continued toward the light, content and satisfied in both body and mind. She broke the surface and gasped a full breath into her lungs, her head buzzing with endorphins.
Leaping into flight, she saw a pair of icy, watching dragon eyes a moment too late. #Quote by Susannah Scott
Endorphins Overload quotes by Alice Boyes
#12. Define Your Options

When people are spinning their rumination wheels about a particular problem, they often don't concretely define what their options are for moving forward. To shift out of rumination and into problem-solving mode, concretely and realistically define what your best three to six options are. For example, imagine you've recently hired a new employee but that person is not working out. Instead of mentally slapping yourself around about why you made the hire, it would be more useful to define what your options are at this point:

--Giving the employee more time
--Shifting the employee's responsibilities to simpler jobs
--Giving the employee checklists of the steps needed to complete each task
--Having another employee work with the individual
--Firing the employee

Defining your options relieves some of the stress of rumination and helps you shift to effective problem solving. Keeping your list of options short will prevent you from running into choice-overload problems. Research shows that if you consider more than three to six choices, you're less likely to end up making a choice.
Experiment: Practice concretely defining your best three to six options for moving forward with a problem you're currently ruminating or worrying about. Write brief bullet points, like in the example just given. You can use this method for all sorts of problems. For example, a friend just used it to come up with ideas for how t #Quote by Alice Boyes
Endorphins Overload quotes by Tahereh Mafi
#13. Juliette," he says.
I can hear him breathing.
"Thank you," he whispers. "For
being my friend."
I turn around then. Press close to
him, my nose grazing his neck. "I will
always be here if you need me," I say,
the darkness catching and hushing my
voice. "Please remember that. Always
remember that. #Quote by Tahereh Mafi
Endorphins Overload quotes by Graeme Simsion
#14. I diagnosed brain overload and set up a spreadsheet to analyze the situation. #Quote by Graeme Simsion
Endorphins Overload quotes by Ian Hargreaves
#15. Since more people vote in reality television shows than in elections for the European Parliament or municipal authorities the response of politicians has been to try desperately to be more like television: conversational friendly emotional and not too demanding. How else can Congressmen and parliamentarians retain the interest of the young How else to be heard through the cacophony of information overload #Quote by Ian Hargreaves
Endorphins Overload quotes by James Garner
#16. The greatest challenge Internet users face is information overload. #Quote by James Garner
Endorphins Overload quotes by Miguel De Cervantes
#17. The ass bears the load, but not the overload. #Quote by Miguel De Cervantes
Endorphins Overload quotes by Scarlet Risque
#18. What I wasn't expecting was the euphoria once my body began releasing endorphins. The mixture of pain and pleasure was ecstasy. Getting my tattoo introduced me to secret, dark pleasures. I would always be a marked prisoner, but I was a liberated soul. #Quote by Scarlet Risque
Endorphins Overload quotes by Robin Williams
#19. When you create you get a little endorphin rush. Why do you think Einstein looked like that? #Quote by Robin Williams
Endorphins Overload quotes by Frederick Lenz
#20. The higher octave light that comes from samadhi, the kundalini of samadhi, this you can absorb continuously. You can never overload. It can never hurt you. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Endorphins Overload quotes by Cherie Carter-Scott
#21. The health benefits, both mental and physical, of humor are well documented. A good laugh can diffuse tension, relieve stress, and release endorphins into your system, which act as a natural mood elevator. In Norman Cousin's book, Anatomy of an Illness, Cousin's describes the regimen he followed to overcome a serious debilitating disease he was suffering from. It included large doses of laughter and humor. Published in 1976, his book has been widely accepted by the medical community. #Quote by Cherie Carter-Scott
Endorphins Overload quotes by David Hume
#22. To invent without scruple a new principle to every new phenomenon, instead of adapting it to the old; to overload our hypothesis with a variety of this kind, are certain proofs that none of these principles is the just one, and that we only desire, by a number of falsehoods, to cover our ignorance of the truth. #Quote by David Hume
Endorphins Overload quotes by David Brin
#23. Science has learned recently that contempt and indignation are addictive mental states. I mean physically and chemically addictive. Literally! People who are self-righteous a lot are apparently doping themselves rhythmically with auto-secreted surges of dopamine, endorphins and enkephalins. Didn't you ever ask yourself why indignation feels so good? #Quote by David Brin
Endorphins Overload quotes by Wendy Raquel Robinson
#24. When I'm having a really rough day, I take it out in the gym. It releases so many endorphins in your body. #Quote by Wendy Raquel Robinson
Endorphins Overload quotes by Thomas P. Campbell
#25. Museums provide places of relaxation and inspiration. And most importantly, they are a place of authenticity. We live in a world of reproductions - the objects in museums are real. It's a way to get away from the overload of digital technology. #Quote by Thomas P. Campbell
Endorphins Overload quotes by Idries Shah
#26. Sometimes a pessimist is only an optimist with extra information. #Quote by Idries Shah
Endorphins Overload quotes by Jeff Davidson
#27. Computers thwart, contort, and befuddle us. We mess around with fonts, change screen backgrounds, slow down or increase mouse speed. We tweak and we piddle. We spend countless hours preparing PowerPoint slides that most people forget in seconds. We generate reports in duplicate and triplicate and then somw that end up serving only one function for most of the recipients - to collect dust. #Quote by Jeff Davidson
Endorphins Overload quotes by Temple Grandin
#28. You can't punish a child who is acting out because of sensory overload. #Quote by Temple Grandin
Endorphins Overload quotes by Stacey Ballis
#29. Going to the gym...all those people who always told me that you get addicted to it, that endorphins kick in, that eventually you crave it and look forward to it are sick lying ****s and I want to choke them with a protein bar and pummel them about the head with a bottle of SmartWater. #Quote by Stacey Ballis
Endorphins Overload quotes by Ben Carson
#30. First, we cannot overload the human brain. This divinely created brain has fourteen billion cells. If used to the maximum, this human computer inside our heads could contain all the knowledge of humanity from the beginning of the world to the present and still have room left over. Second, not only can we not overload our brain - we also know that our brain retains everything. I often use saying that "The brain acquires everything that we encounter." The difficulty does not come with the input of information, but getting it out. Sometimes we "file" information randomly of little importance, and it confuses us. #Quote by Ben Carson
Endorphins Overload quotes by Barbara Bush
#31. The state dinner is almost a formula, but you try to make it interesting. You try not to overload it with too many political types. You try to get a cross section. #Quote by Barbara Bush
Endorphins Overload quotes by Pete Wentz
#32. However,
when given the chance, many people choose cocaine over love. I wouldn't say that's a
bad choice. The endorphins released during infatuation are similar to heroin. OxyContin,
"the cuddling hormone," most often found in new mothers and newlyweds, is like ecstasy;
every touch tingles. I think I read that somewhere. Love exists in powder. Love exists in
pills. We are all addicts. #Quote by Pete Wentz
Endorphins Overload quotes by Mario Bunge
#33. We all would like to know more and, at the same time, to receive less information. In fact, the problem of a worker in today's knowledge industry is not the scarcity of information but its excess. The same holds for professionals: just think of a physician or an executive, constantly bombarded by information that is at best irrelevant. In order to learn anything we need time. And to make time we must use information filters allowing us to ignore most of the information aimed at us. We must ignore much to learn a little. #Quote by Mario Bunge
Endorphins Overload quotes by Sara Brackett
#34. He must notice that I'm not understanding. He dips a finger beneath the surface of the water and pulls up; with a vibrant pulse of his majick, the aqua raises him up until he's on something similar to a pillar and face to face with me. Then despite the language barrier, he speaks slowly and adds hand gestures. Like I'm the lake simpleton. The look on my face must pass along how I feel about it because he stops and laughs, reminding me of the sound wooden wind chimes make on a breezy day. It's deep, peaceful, and resonates with my power; my heart stutters from a mini overload, similar to having drunk too much caffeine. #Quote by Sara Brackett
Endorphins Overload quotes by Matthew Flaming
#35. They tell me we're living in an information age, but none of it seems to be the information I need or brings me closer to what I want to know. In fact (I'm becoming more and more convinced) all this electronic wizardry only adds to our confusion, delivering inside scoops and verdicts about events that have hardly begun: a torrent of chatter moving at the speed of light, making it nearly impossible for any of the important things to be heard #Quote by Matthew Flaming
Endorphins Overload quotes by Tyler Joseph
#36. We come from a sensory-overload culture, and so we wonder if one guy on drums and one guy dancing around is enough. Adding guys was something we always were curious about. We decided for this run specifically to stay a two-piece. In the future, we definitely could add members. #Quote by Tyler Joseph
Endorphins Overload quotes by Charles Bukowski
#37. She had wild eyes, slightly insane. She also carried an overload of compassion that was real enough and which obviously cost her something. #Quote by Charles Bukowski
Endorphins Overload quotes by Lewis Thomas
#38. There's really no such thing as the agony of dying. I'm quite sure that pain is shut off at the moment of death. You see, something happens when the body knows it's about to go. Peptide hormones are released by cells in the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. Endorphins. They attach themselves to the cells responsible for feeling pain. #Quote by Lewis Thomas
Endorphins Overload quotes by John Maeda
#39. What's next for technology and design? A lot less thinking about technology for technology's sake, and a lot more thinking about design. Art humanizes technology and makes it understandable. Design is needed to make sense of information overload. It is why art and design will rise in importance during this century as we try to make sense of all the possibilities that digital technology now affords. #Quote by John Maeda
Endorphins Overload quotes by Courtney Milan
#40. For him, that was an apology on bended knee. Anything more than he just managed, and he'll overload his sentimentality quota."
Richard Dalrymple gasped. "Never tell me he still has the sentimentality quota."
Miranda's look of surprise mirrored his. "Never tell me that the sentimentality quota truly exists. #Quote by Courtney Milan
Endorphins Overload quotes by Emily St. John Mandel
#41. It occurred to Clark that he should call someone, actually everyone, that he should call everyone he'd ever loved and talk to them and tell them all the things that mattered, but it was apparently already too late for this, his phone displaying a message he'd never seen before: SYSTEM OVERLOAD EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY. #Quote by Emily St. John Mandel
Endorphins Overload quotes by Jeff Davidson
#42. When your brain is always engaged, when your neurons are always firing, when you find yourself in a continual mode of reacting and responding, instead of steering and directing, the best and brightest solutions that you are capable of producing rarely see the light of day. #Quote by Jeff Davidson
Endorphins Overload quotes by Temple Grandin
#43. Normal people have an incredible lack of empathy. They have good emotional empathy, but they don't have much empathy for the autistic kid who is screaming at the baseball game because he can't stand the sensory overload. Or the autistic kid having a meltdown in the school cafeteria because there's too much stimulation. #Quote by Temple Grandin
Endorphins Overload quotes by Joyelle McSweeney
#44. My notion of art is very maximalist and souped-up: I love spectacle, overload, magic materials, magic words, incantation and litany, incarnation and possession, spilling and wounds. Art as a sacred event. #Quote by Joyelle McSweeney
Endorphins Overload quotes by Dexter Palmer
#45. The constant clamor of the booths and barkers served as an exhausting reminder that he had to choose a fate, and that no matter which fate he chose he could be certain that it would not be the best, that in other timelines rendered inaccessible with each spent coin, other versions of himself would be having more fun, or winning golden ribbons, or becoming taller. The thought was unbearable. #Quote by Dexter Palmer
Endorphins Overload quotes by D.A. Clarke
#46. We have a word, censorship, which describes the suppression or alteration of the artist's work by governmental edict intended to prohibit the expression of certain ideas. We have no word for what happened to the writer who refused to splice gratuitous sex scenes into her work. We have no word for the mandatory inclusion of the predictable, invariant Sweaty Sex Scene in nearly every contemporary film intended for adults, nor for the daily, unavoidable overload of sexual images used to sell other kinds of products. It is a sort of reverse censorship, imposed by market analysts who don't believe anything will sell unless coated by sex. Liberation it is not. #Quote by D.A. Clarke

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