I'm moved most by sadness that I feel as a result of a personal experience. I'm seldom in love with a sad situation that I hear about third-hand. But yes, especially in my 20's I was moved deeply by sad situations. As I got older, I discovered that sadness is a luxury, and that most of the time, there's not enough time in the day to be in that place. I have to make time to find that place within me to celebrate what I see as truths that have, typically, yielded a good deal of sadness. Like creating a regular internal mourning period. It helps me come full circle if I do this on a semi-regular basis. But like I said, it's a luxury and I know I'm not supposed to be engaging in this type of activity too often because it distracts me from happiness, which I've discovered, it just as lofty a goal.