Christians Quotes

  • I started training with school friends and, one by one, they all dropped out. When we became teenagers, it seemed more exciting to go shopping at weekends. My mum told me not to worry about what my friends were doing and to stick at it.
  • I've always had an eye for what looks good on a man. But I've not always found it easy to find clothes that look good on me.
  • The very first law in advertising is to avoid the concrete promise and cultivate the delightfully vague.
  • My plan B, if acting doesn't work out, is to work with disabled children.
  • Secrecy is the enemy of efficiency, but don't let anyone know it.
  • I'm never proper or careful, but I never curse in front of my mother, either.
  • Chicago is unique. It is the only completely corrupt city in America.
  • Diane Arbus is one of the most mysterious, enigmatic, and frighteningly daring artists of the 20th century. Her work emerged from a deeply private place and profoundly affected all those who came into contact with it.
  • The Will Smith that you see in movies is exactly the same as Will Smith in real life. Except for when he plays a superhero, because the real Will Smith can't fly. He can only hover.
  • There's nothing more important than our good health - that's our principal capital asset.
  • Obliging elected Democrats willingly pander to the radical lefties who elevated them to their throne.
  • I have seen for the first time in 100 years of conflict, the two peoples - the Israeli people and the Palestinian people - are ahead of their leaderships.
  • Money has always been a particular problem for revolutionaries and anti-capitalists. What will money look like 'after the revolution'? How will it function? Will it exist at all? It's hard to answer the question if you don't know what money actually is. Proposing to eliminate it entirely seems utopian and naive.
  • The fool shouts loudly, thinking to impress the world.
  • I love cheeseburgers and chocolate - milk, not dark, and hot chocolate with marshmallows in the winter!
  • If I get too old to write, or short-term memory loss - that was the one Philip Roth was worried about - if I got to that point, that would be terrible, because everything about my life has been streaming toward writing and having something to say. That would make me feel as though I were in an iron maiden of some kind.
  • Americans just love convening. They are a convention-happy country and they love to get together to talk.
  • So anyway, I really enjoyed the European audiences.
  • The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience.
  • It's funny when you're a kid how you can acclimate to almost anything.
  • Things you don't expect come up, and you have to adapt. You can't let it throw you off. You have to cope. Those are all really valuable skills, in life and racing.
  • When the Christians, upon these occasions, received martyrdom, they were ornamented, and crowned with garlands of flowers; for which they, in heaven, received eternal crowns of glory.
  • Like at home, I don't wear heels. But everywhere else I go, I wear heels.
  • I have a disturbing problem with losing things. My vulnerability to loss-distress could properly be labeled not only inordinate, but neurotic.
  • Sometimes I am asked if I know 'the response to Auschwitz; I answer that not only do I not know it, but that I don't even know if a tragedy of this magnitude has a response.
  • The seas are quiet when the winds give o'er; So calm are we when passions are no more!
  • There are very few dance companies in the world and you have to be phenomenal. You have to not be injured. You have to have a really strong mind to deal with the dance world. People who can do it are amazing to me. You cannot have a life outside of dance.
  • The only safe ruler is he who has learned to obey willingly.
  • I find that it isn't wise to attempt to judge people on their public persona, and even on the music they make. Because I've met so many people whose music I cannot stand, and they're very nice. At the same time, I've met people whose music I've loved, and they're not the person you've invested all this emotion in.
  • I've often said that there's no such thing as writer's block; the problem is idea block.
  • The line between anime and regular animation is very difficult to cross, even for people who have been doing anime successfully for years.
  • Satisfying every vision that fans have is probably impossible.
  • It really surprises me that people in this day and age still write such busy music and fill up every space with layer upon layer of sound... it's like musical landfill.
  • Chicago is the product of modern capitalism, and, like other great commercial centers, is unfit for human habitation.
  • My sister has a non-profit organization called Mission Change. It helps the homeless and kids.
  • An ounce of mother is worth a pound of clergy.
  • We don't see ourselves as just a place where we come to worship but as a beacon and a bearer of the culture and a bearer of what makes us a people. But I like to say that this is not necessarily unique to us. It is really what America is all about.
  • I could announce one morning that the world was going to blow up in three hours and people would be calling in about my hair!
  • I have never retired - I have averaged 40 working weeks a year since 1933.
  • As a model, you're such a gypsy, so that 'home' element is kind of taken from you.
  • But now I have a lot of little kids who watched Invader Zim whenever they could find it on television.
  • I started taking my fiance, Justin, to some red carpet events I would go to, and a bowtie is often something that was required. We came across a lot of stylish bowties. We liked playing dress up for these events and we thought it would be fun to start a line, but it was never a reality until recently.
  • I was actually in an iron lung for about a year, and then I was paralysed from the neck down for another year after that. So I spent a lotta time just lying down as a kid. And some of my earliest memories from then are of listening to the radio.
  • Chicago is many things to many people, and to me, it is a place where you can write.
  • If you don't have dreams, you don't have a life.
  • Slogans rarely convince the unconvinced. However, they do rally the troops already on your side.
  • The seas need their own Kyoto Protocol.
  • The First Amendment applies to rogues and scoundrels. You don't lose your First Amendment rights because of a sleazy personality, or even for having committed a crime. Felons in jail are protected by the First Amendment.