hesitation

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The world has treated him badly, and he has no hesitation in saying that he means to get some part of his own back again.
Again there was a certain amount of hesitation in his manner.
The charm of the work lies in Wiesel's hesitations, his reflections, and the occasional admission of his inability to work out a definite answer to these weighty questions.
In the process the work suffers twofold: Not only do we miss the speaking person behind the language--the tone, the hesitations, the accompanying facial expressions and gestures that convince us of the speaker's honesty--but more important, we miss the narrative development at which the artist excels.
Rostovsky seems to have set aside his hesitations in Bathers, 2001, a quiet group of twelve small panels hung in a tight row.
I believe it's more important, healthier, and even holier to let go of our fears and just paint or write a book or sew a dress or invent a better clothes' hanger than to let the right brain be fenced in and stifled by the left brain's hesitations.