Everything Quotes

  • I've done it all. I'm thankful and proud of what I've accomplished in my life. I hope to keep doing it.
  • I am firmly convinced that, in future years, China and India will join hands in playing a more active role in maintaining peace and stability in the region and the world at large and make due contribution to the cause of human progress and development.
  • I don't feel political most of the time. Sometimes I'm placed in positions because no one else will go there.
  • Everyone is a bore to someone. That is unimportant. The thing to avoid is being a bore to oneself.
  • When I was a kid I got so much help from the Church. When I was a kid, our family was so poor they couldn't afford me to go to school, so there was an American family that send the money to the church to support my school fees.
  • Everyone has some inner power that awaits discovery.
  • My mother worked for a woman, Maria Ley-Piscator, who with her husband founded the Dramatic Workshop, which was connected to the New School. My mother did proofreading and typing and stuff or her, and as part of her payment, I was able to take acting classes there on Saturdays when I was 10.
  • Everyone should have the freedom and opportunity to shape their own destiny.
  • We developed simple test tools to optimize imaging parameters. No company was interested in our idea.
  • The thing most people don't understand is that pitching isn't the same every time out.
  • Everyone has a conflict inside of them - the conflict between what you should do and what you want to do.
  • I learned my phrasing from Frank. I loved him so much.
  • I collect musical theatre anthologies. I have a whole library of them.
  • Preparation for old age should begin not later than one's teens. A life which is empty of purpose until 65 will not suddenly become filled on retirement.
  • And yet because of my attempt at sincerity I have been condemned, hooted at, reviled; filthy rumors have been circulated about me, not about my characterizations but about me personally, my private self.
  • I don't believe civilization can do a lot more than educate a person's senses.
  • I think sports are a wonderful diversion. People can relate to sports very easily. It's a quick study.
  • Winning isn't everything, but it beats anything in second place.
  • True religious movements prosper and flourish under tribulation.
  • Everyone has their own way of expressing happiness.
  • My parents' divorce made an important change in my life. It affected me. After that, when I can't play Wimbledon, it was tough. For one month I was outside the world.
  • Everyone has their story. Everyone has issues. You have to face your fears.
  • I'm a working actor, so I do pretty much whatever comes along because it's my job.
  • Everyone is your best friend when you are successful. Make sure that the people that you surround yourself with are also the people that you are not afraid of failing with.
  • I like to play with someone who can cover a lot of ground and someone with whom you can discuss the language at a reasonable level; otherwise it gets a bit frustrating.
  • Everyone has something to contribute to this world. It's just a matter of being given that opportunity to do so.
  • I consider my teenage years as being desperately unhappy.
  • I used to get in trouble at school for day-dreaming.
  • It was about working with other musicians, but more than that it's about exploring musical areas that you could never do with the band you're in, in my case Judas Priest. You could tackle musical areas and lyrical areas that wouldn't be appropriate for Priest.
  • Panic is a sudden desertion of us, and a going over to the enemy of our imagination.
  • I hope for so much from every book I read. And time and again, I find myself disappointed. I look across my bookshelves and see hundreds of titles which in my memory seem merely mediocre or second-rate. Only occasionally does a novel appear for which I feel a lasting passion, a book that I think could in time become a classic.
  • I mean, the death in the late eighties and early nineties really shook out a lot of hacks. The pond just sort of dried up for a lot of really bad comedians.
  • Everyone has dated or been with a person who is obsessed with their work, and it's immensely frustrating.
  • It's not a very secure industry. I've spoken to a couple of people recently who had a successful TV show and then found themselves absolutely skint and struggling to find a job.
  • Iran, Libya and Syria are irresponsible states, which must be disarmed of weapons of mass destruction, and a successful American move in Iraq as a model will make that easier to achieve.
  • And then as we played more and more as a trio, it became more and more of a situation where we realized we really knew how to use the fourth member of the group - that space. The thing about the trio is that it's the biggest sound you can have with the smallest unit.
  • Everyone has to make their own decisions. I still believe in that. You just have to be able to accept the consequences without complaining.
  • I was very productive as a senator for my state.
  • I'm a real man. I can suffer.
  • Israel should not feel satisfaction at my son's death, for he died on the battlefield, facing the conquerors as he wished, with a gun in his hand.
  • I'm not the most talented writer in the world. I know that. But I also know that I'm disciplined, that I work my butt off, and that I make myself write as much as I can. Writer's block is a luxury I can't afford. I'm a professional writer, which means that I put my butt in the chair each day, and I write. Simple as that.
  • What an uncertain thing, marriage - what an elusive thing, happiness!
  • Everyone knows that life isn't fair. Saying it's not fair suggests that you think life is supposed to be fair, which makes you look immature and naive.
  • Everyone rises to their level of incompetence.
  • I'm not a star, and I don't want to be a star. Stars fall. I'm an ordinary guy with an extraordinary job.
  • The more walking-around money I have, the less I walk around.
  • I am someone who always gets up again, even if there are setbacks. I have a survivor instinct. I'm not sure where it comes from, but probably from all the little things that make you into who you are.
  • I owe everything to my mom. She definitely got me to where I'm at today. Without her I wouldn't be able to do the things that I do. She and I are very close.