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
References in classic literature ?
About to speak from your heart. Don't you know that the heart is an ingenious part of our formation--the centre of the blood-vessels and all that sort of thing--which has no more to do with what you say or think, than your knees have?
Maxine became even more beautiful to me when she recently 'broke silence' and wrote on her Instagram, amid all the ridicules: 'Embrace your flaws and speak from your heart because if you do, you'll never get lost on the path that you choose.
But I think you should speak from your heart. That means you keep it short and sweet and say more or less what you wrote to me.
'Embrace your flaws and speak from your heart because if you do you'll never get lost on the path that you choose.