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It seems there is no grammatical mistake in this sentence, but I am pretty much not sure of that.

Language doesn't matter, feeling does.

Is this sentence correct?

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    Maybe use "feelings do" as several emotions usually come into play. – MorganFR Jul 28 '16 at 11:46
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It is correct. This is an example of post-auxiliary ellipsis see: Omitting a repeated verb

As Morgan notes there is a semantic difference between "feeling" and "feelings". You should choose the correct word.

Some may argue for a semicolon instead of a comma (arguing that "Feelings do" is a complete utterance). I think both are acceptable.

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