speak from the/(one's) heart

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speak from the/(one's) heart

To speak or say something with deep emotional sincerity. A: "They asked me to give a speech at my father's funeral, but I really don't know what to say." B: "Just speak from the heart." You can tell she always speaks from her heart. It's one of the reasons she resonates so strongly with people.
See also: heart, speak
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Duterte would speak from the heart and as the 'father of the nation,' Hontiveros said he is 'anything but a loving father to the country.'
So there is an antidote to the mercenary ways, and paying for your halftime ticket to the Super Bowl won't help you find staying power if your music doesn't speak from the heart.
Tune in to this week's show and discover how to leap off the ledge of love and speak from the heart right now.
"But I just say what I see and speaK from the heart.
As I positioned myself at the podium, I placed my written speech to the side and commenced to speak from the heart. I let the graduates know how honored I was to be chosen to speak at their pinning ceremony.
"I speak from the heart about Watford, and what we are trying to achieve here on behalf of the whole club."
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"It is refreshing to see someone of Anthony Hopkins' caliber speak from the heart, admit his failings and rise above them to such a level of personal success and confidence."
But I have to be true to myself and speak from the heart. So here goes.
These women, all from different generations, speak from the heart about the many Indigenous women who have shaped, moved or inspired them.
Mr Blair said that he replied: 'No.' They said to him: 'Just speak from the heart.'
Why do these people not ab and on their autocues, sycophantic cheer -leaders and spin doctors and speak from the heart? Then they may regain some public confidence.
I SPEAK from the heart, like so many people who are confused by the asylum-seekers' problem.