(idiomatic) An admonition to oneself to calm down when overly excited, especially in terms of romantic attraction.
” My beating Heart Bounds with exulting motion.” The earliest citation of the full ‘be still , my beating heart ‘ comes from William Mountfort’s Zelmane, 1705: “Ha! hold my Brain; be still my beating Heart .”
Be Still My Beating Heart
|“Be Still My Beating Heart “|
|Length||3:59 (single) 5:32 (album)|
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An exclamation that something is too exciting or overwhelming for one to bear; literally, that it is causing one’s heart to beat too fast. In modern usage, it is almost always used sarcastically to imply that something is actually mundane, uninteresting, or unappealing.
The Wi-Fi heart , known to many as the “ beating heart ,” is a simple pink heart with dual Wi-Fi-symbol signals emanating from its humps. Since it was introduced, those who interpret the emoji as a beating heart have used it to represent life or love.
Attest to the truth of something; solemnly assure someone that the truth has been spoken. For example, I did lock the door— cross my heart and hope to die !
+ Psalm 46:10 He says, “Be still, and know that I am God ; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.” + Exodus 14:14 The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still.
“Be still ‘ means to stop striving, stop fighting, relax. It also means to “put your hands down”.
The de facto national anthem of Finland is Maamme (Our Land), but it has never been officially recognised. There have been numerous suggestions that Finlandia should become the national anthem . However, Maamme is already so widely recognised and used that it would be difficult to dislodge it.
The Finlandia hymn, “Be Still , My Soul ” refers to a serene hymn-like section of the patriotic symphonic poem Finlandia, written by the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius.
Be Still My Soul may refer to: “Be Still , My Soul ” ( hymn ), a Christian hymn set to Finlandia.
It means that you feel very strongly to the point you feel full or even overwhelmed by a certain emotion. Your heart (you) can be full of love, hate, compassion, sadness, joy. Usually when a person uses the expression my heart is full without specifying the emotion, it typically means they feel much joy or love.