Believe Quotes

  • Everything we do affects other people.
  • If you give a hacker a new toy, the first thing he'll do is take it apart to figure out how it works.
  • It is hard for anyone who discovers George Washington not to write about him, perhaps because he is so hard to discover and such a surprise when you do.
  • I'm very honest in my music and I'm often asked to explain the lyrics; as an introvert, I find that quite hard. And I always wear high heels on stage, which can be painful.
  • I don't really care about interruptions. I accept technology, and I don't turn things off. I've found a peace with fragmentation and a harmony with switching gears quickly to other things.
  • To survive in the NFC West, we have to win in the trenches.
  • I am imprinted with the whole sense of European history, especially German history, going back to World War I, which really destroyed all the old values and culture. My grandparents had been reasonably well-off but they became quite poor, living in an attic apartment.
  • I am sufficiently wary of dangerous situations, but I'm not scared of having a go.
  • Human beings the world over need freedom and security that they may be able to realize their full potential.
  • I am terrified at the thought that so much hideous and bad music will be put on records forever.
  • Nancy Lopez has always been a role model of mine... so to have the opportunity to play for her and spend time with her has been amazing.
  • I need something to fall back on if fame doesn't work. I'll have to become an economist or something.
  • No society can surely be flourishing and happy, of which the far greater part of the members are poor and miserable.
  • Sorrow happens, hardship happens, the hell with it, who never knew the price of happiness, will not be happy.
  • Try on 100 different hats if you can, until you find the one that suits you best. It's a trial and error thing.
  • My mum said I told her I wanted to be a hairdresser during the week and a star on the weekend and that was when I was really young.
  • Just because nobody complains doesn't mean all parachutes are perfect.
  • At that moment of realization I knew that I had been blind because I had wished not to see; it was only then that I realised, at last, that all these dead men, French and Germans, were brothers, and I was the brother of them all.
  • I came to the United States to see what would happen in 2000 after working for 20 years in Australia and asked my agent to look out for the nasty roles because I'd become famous for playing the nicest man in Australia. So I wanted to play bad guys.
  • I do a lot of reading of news so I can be smarter, and I do a lot of watching TV news so I can know why Americans aren't very smart. Then I can point out the hypocrisy of politicians or the media.
  • The rogue states have to be told that there are lines that cannot be crossed.
  • In the last analysis, the individual person is responsible for living his own life and for 'finding himself.' If he persists in shifting his responsibility to somebody else, he fails to find out the meaning of his own existence.
  • Everyone kept telling me, Just be yourself. Be yourself. I kept thinking, there's got to be more to it than that!
  • The whole point of bike-sharing is to give New Yorkers another way to commute. A lot of folks in Bay Ridge work in downtown Brooklyn or other parts of the borough. For them, it would make more sense to hop on a Citi Bike than to wait for a train or a bus.
  • I am Thomas Cromwell in the court of the Tudors.
  • I'm like an old turtle these days. I don't run wide-open everywhere, but at the end of the day, I'll be where I'm supposed to be.
  • I am wearing a size 28 Paige Jeans. Jeans don't lie, and I am just happy!
  • I had been writing poems and stories since I learned to make letters. I had placed poems in a hardcover anthology at the age of 6. And I knew more big words than anyone else in the 10th grade.
  • I became active in politics because I saw the possibility, if we all sat back and did nothing, of a world in which there would no longer be any stages for actors to act on.
  • I do a lot of recipe creation. Translation: cooking tempting dishes that must be eaten.
  • Dad and mom would have preferred that I be a doctor, a lawyer, a scientist, or a great humanitarian.
  • Courage is doing what you are afraid to do. There can be no courage unless you are scared.
  • I love bad boys. They're the most fun to play.
  • If you flee from the things you fear, there's no resolution.
  • There is no prodigy in our profession. If you see all the great singer of the past, none of them are.
  • I am the greatest, I said that even before I knew I was.
  • I amp up my workout by doing Ballet Beautiful twice a day.
  • As a kid, I lived in a fantasy world. I used to believe ants could talk. Not once did they say thank you.
  • I did manage to secure a feature film for 2005, though, which I'm really chuffed about.
  • I am the middle child with an older and younger brother.
  • I am very happy because motor racing is very important outside the states, very big all over the world.
  • I believe that the biggest problem that humanity faces is an ego sensitivity to finding out whether one is right or wrong and identifying what one's strengths and weaknesses are.
  • Somewhere near you, somebody right now is trying to help the indigent and poor - providing food, shelter, clothing or simple kindness.
  • There are just hundreds of people that have inspired and influenced me in a number of different ways. First of all, you can't forget your parents and all they've done to help you to get here.
  • I love writing about monsters and food.
  • I don't know how to defend myself: surprised innocence cannot imagine being under suspicion.
  • I became interested in making books, starting about 1965, when I did the Serial Project #1, deciding that I needed a small book to show how the work could be understood and how the system worked.
  • I feel like Canadian movies should be as good or better than the competition because of the talent we have here.