Allah Quotes

  • It's not that I don't want a fast car. I like the speed. I'm just not the type of person who finds a sports car a sexy car.
  • It's just about going out and getting the shot, so I have a great understanding of how to execute it, so that really helps me, and also having a good understanding of all the action that I'm shooting, it helps me in determining how I'm going to capture it.
  • Liberals often don't see the problems, and conservatives don't see the promise, of government.
  • Happy is the man who finds a true friend, and far happier is he who finds that true friend in his wife.
  • We don't want bookstores to die. Authors need them, and so do neighborhoods.
  • Liberals say we should end employment discrimination. I say we should end employment.
  • People are out of their home on a Saturday night or they're at the movies or they're at dinner and a lot of the people who flip on the television are doing just that. They may have never seen your show before and you can't count on to your audience to be there week in and week out.
  • Everyone has a conflict inside of them - the conflict between what you should do and what you want to do.
  • We've just got to keep going. More. More work, more action, more results.
  • One thing I can say about the Dallas Cowboys: They have always had talent around them. They have been one of the most talented football teams in all of football.
  • I am totally unattached to material items.
  • I'm dating a woman now who, evidently, is unaware of it.
  • Once you become known for one thing, it's easy to become known for a second thing, a third thing, and a fourth thing.
  • I play a female Indiana Jones, a professor who hunts down precious objects, like a bowl that belonged to the Buddha. They tailored the role to me: I wanted to be smart, funny, and to kick some ass.
  • If every day you practice walking and sitting meditation and generate the energy of mindfulness and concentration and peace, you are a cell in the body of the new Buddha. This is not a dream but is possible today and tomorrow.
  • What a man takes in by contemplation, that he pours out in love.
  • All warfare is based on deception.
  • A lot of these angles are really about trying to mimic broadcast sports angles in order to anchor the scene, to sort of normalize it before it becomes abstracted.
  • I have done a lot of reality shows. In fact,my first show was 'Shava Shava', which was a singing reality show.
  • What is invaluable about Angela Davis' work is that she does not limit her politics to issues removed from broader social considerations, but connects every aspect of her scholarship and public interventions to what the contours of a truly democratic society might look like.
  • When I'm working I don't have room to think about myself and my own issues. It's really freeing. There is no room for me, which is really nice.
  • The Internet makes everything much less mysterious.
  • Thank you to everyone that has made me the athlete I am! God, family and friends, my competitors and supporters! You have all had a hand!
  • All war represents a failure of diplomacy.
  • I remember keeping a lot of journals and diaries and trying to form a complete thought just based off of those immediate, raw feelings. If anything, I was conscious about how I just always wanted to be as honest as possible, no matter how vulnerable it would make me seem.
  • The fate of love is that it always seems too little or too much.
  • All wars are civil wars, because all men are brothers.
  • There's a limit to what I can do with a makeup or with animatronics.
  • Ever since we were little, we were so on fire for our dreams. We never let anyone blow our flames out.
  • All of a sudden, I was a young kid in my early 20s, and I had a couple of Broadway shows to my credit.
  • I am a realist as well as an idealist, and I think that it is incumbent upon those of us in opposition to try to work within what are always arduous circumstances to stretch the limits of the possible.
  • Our actions are the results of our intentions and our intelligence.
  • PC stuff just lowers the general acceptance of good work and replaces it with bogus poetry that celebrates values that in themselves are probably quite worthy.
  • I personally love to run outdoor fitness trails. I love the meditative value I get when out alone, challenging myself to run faster and higher.