A symphony is a stage play with the parts written for instruments instead of for actors.
ONE BUT MANY One God, many faces. One family, many races. One truth, many paths. One heart, many complexions. One light, many reflections. One world, many imperfections. ONE. We are all one, But many.
The bodily experience we have taken in from [other people that our body has internalized as 'imported parts'] will affect our muscles, belly and heart brains, autonomic nervous system, eyes, ears and vocal cords when they are active in us. While carrying this much of others can feel like an overwhelming burden, it is also the open door to healing, since their aliveness inside us means they can be touched with the ... care that others might offer us.
Only if we are able to widen the lens to take in the bigger picture that includes both the outer challenges and the inner distress do we begin to sense that the protectors are in proportion to what is in need of shelter. It is our system's sense that moving the safeguard aside and allowing the implicit to emerge would be more harmful than whatever the protector is doing in this moment.
The adjective is the banana peel of the parts of speech.
All the good modern parts go to Jack Lemmon or Cary Grant.
I've enjoyed all the parts of my career.
Actors like Daniel Day-Lewis, Gary Oldman, they totally immerse themselves in their parts.
It's not easy putting on a festival, there's a lot of moving parts.
I'm not a novelty act from the '80s in most parts of the world.
I have always studied my parts with the orchestral score and not with the piano reduction.
The whole is more than the sum of its parts.
If I ever had twins, I'd use one for parts.
Parts win prizes, not actors.