I began to regret having opened my mind
so freely to her.
'This trip opened my mind
to the freedom riders get from these two wheeled machines.'
He said: "My apprenticeship has definitely helped my career and has opened my mind
to new ways of thinking."
* SIR - Most of your Olympic letters have opened my mind
to suggestions that Wales should compete as a nation at the Olympics.
Studying Islam has opened my mind
and deepened my understanding of the loving submission to God contained in Jesus' words "Thy will be done." Interfaith dialogue is an essential ingredient.
But that childhood experience opened my mind
to the possibilities of the stage, and lighter plays and the work of Gilbert and Sullivan thrill me to this day.
"Being pregnant has completely opened my mind
to having to really try different shapes and things I haven't worn before.
"It opened my mind
to not only football but also business because Warner Communications ran the club and were very, very slick.
The chapter on mentors and sponsors opened my mind
to the ins and outs of these interdependent relationships.
Several years ago I read George Orwell's essay "Politics and the English Language." Orwell opened my mind
to the dangers of "Newspeak." Since then I have reread it, along with his explanation on "The Principles of Newspeak" at the end of Nineteen Eighty-Four, which I must admit left an even more profound effect upon my mind.
This girl has really opened my mind
to sex but there's a slight problem...
JOSE MOURINHO is happy to focus solely on footballing matters having clarified his Chelsea future with the club's board, revealing: "I opened my mind
, I opened my heart and told them I wanted to stay."
LAST year, at the age of 61, I went on a Church of England Alpha course which opened my mind
to God's teachings.
"Harvard opened my mind
to the fact that creativity could be organized and managed--that, in fact, creativity was a growth industry, and it needed all the talent it could get," she says.
In fact, I used to think of anyone who chose to eat differently as a "problem." I've since opened my mind
to learn more about vegetarians and have become a better camp food service manager because of it.