They say that language shouldn't come in the way of expressing of your feelings. But there are so many emotions that the human mind is capable of going through, that it's tough to have a word for everything. 

For example: What would you call that sweet, heavenly smell that rain leaves? Or the act of running one's fingers through someone's hair? Well, the English language might not have words for them, but other languages from around the world do! 

And, since the profound meaning of many words is often lost in translation, let's just keep it that way. Here are some amazing feelings that cannot be translated into English:

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