Deep Quotes

  • I honestly if I get a vacation I'm gonna go and sit on my couch in New York cause that's the one place I haven't been for a very long time.
  • Higher education is confronting challenges, like the economy is, about the need for a higher number of more adequately trained, more highly educated citizenry.
  • I believe that dogma is often evil.
  • I would love to do a play, but I don't know about musical theatre. I've never done anything like that.
  • Attachment and aversion are the root cause of karma, and karma originates from infatuation. Karma is the root cause of birth and death, and these are said to be the source of misery. None can escape the effect of their own past karma.
  • The Doors formed on the beaches of Los Angeles, in what you might imagine is the tradition of local rock bands since the Beach Boys.
  • I had never been allowed to go on tour with my husband George Harrison, so had no idea what to expect when I left him to join Eric Clapton on his 1974 U.S. tour.
  • A life once spent is irrevocable. It will remain to be contemplated through eternity. If it be marked with sins, the marks will be indelible. If it has been a useless life, it can never be improved. Such it will stand forever and ever. The same may be said of each day.
  • My idea of fast food is a mallard.
  • Privacy was in sufficient danger before TV appeared, and TV has given it its death blow.
  • Restrictions are difficult to enforce in a world where anybody can make anything.
  • I always bring my Jiffy Esteam steamer to get the wrinkles out of our clothes. It's powerful enough to press a suit.
  • I'm trying to do the exact thing Verdi or Mendelssohn did - open up that spiritual space where we can all be fully ourselves.
  • If you want to make beautiful music, you must play the black and the white notes together.
  • Heterosexuality is dangerous. It tempts you to aim at a perfect duality of desire.
  • If you ask me to play myself, I will not know what to do. I do not know who or what I am.
  • It's wild to be visiting New York and crossing the street and having someone yell out at me, 'Hey, Rusty!' Or to be recognized when I go out as 'the kid on 'Major Crimes.''
  • I am undecided whether or not the Milky Way is but one of countless others all of which form an entire system. Perhaps the light from these infinitely distant galaxies is so faint that we cannot see them.
  • A second characteristic of our time is the prevalence of nationalism. This is still spreading, affecting new communities, more peripheral regions and so-called backward peoples.
  • I'm learning every day.
  • Now that I'm on Broadway, it's like NASA engineering with the costumes. I was very grateful for the slightly more high-tech ones in my show, 'Venus in Fur'; our costume designer Anita Yavich is kind of a genius.
  • I am proud to be an American Citizen.
  • Nothing can ever happen twice. In consequence, the sorry fact is that we arrive here improvised and leave without the chance to practice.
  • The four characteristics of humanism are curiosity, a free mind, belief in good taste, and belief in the human race.
  • Carpe per diem - seize the check.
  • Entrepreneurs with disabilities are overwhelmingly successful.
  • Even in the deepest love relationship - when lovers say 'I love you' to each other - we don't really know what we're saying, because language isn't equal to the complexity of human emotions.
  • Cats are useless.
  • Dad lived his life in a way that it was his character, not his circumstances, that dictated what his life looked like.
  • The nation is a community. Community of individuals, community of generations.
  • Comparison is a disease. I never felt any competition, since I never compared myself to others. I only focus on my work. I never feel pressurised and do films in my style. Also, I'm very active since childhood, and that gives me the edge to always put my best.
  • I think there can be some disagreement as to whether Kerry really won Wisconsin or not.
  • I had never been able to get a car that said how much I cared about the environment until I drove electric.
  • Because we self-published 'Draculas,' we control the rights. Not just for now, but forever.
  • The day my son was born my life changed completely.
  • If you are a singer and you lose your voice, you realize that you have other skill sets when that is taken out of the equation.
  • The whole notion of land property rights in the Arab world is different from that in Europe.
  • If we bestow but a very little attention to the economy of the animal creation, we shall find manifest examples of premeditation, perseverance, resolution, and consumate artifice, in order to effect their purpose.
  • Finney is about the best writer of time travel stories ever, and I adore time travel stories - have to make a time travel game someday!
  • O, wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind?
  • As you know, I am a novelist, and I really want to write novels. But I knew enough about the Dreyfus case to understand immediately why what happened to Dreyfus was not merely a cause celebre from the end of the 19th century, but an event that could be shown to teach us lessons of the greatest importance for our own time.
  • Our users are trapeze artists, high school football coaches - I got cornered by a couple of theoretical physicists who said Dropbox lets them collaborate across the world and share their experiments' results. They were raving about how it's driving their research.
  • The author O. Henry taught me about the value of the unexpected. He once wrote about the noise of flowers and the smell of birds - the birds were chickens and the flowers dried sunflowers rattling against a wall.
  • I want to be a part of something that's good and intellectually challenging.
  • There's way more pressure cooking for cooks than rowing at the Olympics.
  • Even when I'm in a really great, steady and stable place... I'm clinically bipolar, so that always exists - a darkness always exists.
  • Every literary culture has among its first bearings the 'blether' of animals who seek to make sense of human existence.
  • A real gentleman, even if he loses everything he owns, must show no emotion. Money must be so far beneath a gentleman that it is hardly worth troubling about.