Faith Quotes

  • There is always a secret irritation about a laugh into which we cannot join.
  • It's just different today. Nobody seems to last too long these days. I wouldn't know how to get started today.
  • I'm always up for going back to the stage.
  • Everything that is really Mexican is either Aztec or Spanish.
  • Everything was magnificent so far, even if I knew my part of dramas.
  • The best gift you can give a baby is a full nine months of pregnancy.
  • I've had dialogues with my dead mother over the 40 years since she died.
  • To be interested in the public good we must be disinterested, that is, not interested in goods in which our personal selves are wrapped up.
  • I was always looking for the most dramatic emphasis.
  • The message is pretty clear: Americans are sick and tired of the doubletalk coming out of Washington, of us going home and saying we're conservative and then coming up here and voting for 10,000 earmarks. We can't fool America anymore; the media is too good. They're reporting what we're really doing.
  • I've never been in a Sweat Lodge. I, myself, personally don't even like sitting in a sauna, so I've never been to a spiritual retreat so I don't understand the whole process.
  • I've got a huge, huge position in mortgage-backed securities. I started accumulating them in 2009, when the market was really down and things were really scary.
  • I've always been anxious about 'Primer.' There's good things about it, but all I've seen for a long time is the flaws.
  • I did a 'Hart of Dixie' episode, and I was so excited for that.
  • We had an EP out and all of a sudden we find record companies are interested in us, and we're thinking, 'Oh, that's really nice, but we don't think we're ready for it.'
  • The universe is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.
  • I've dreamed about doing music since I was three or four years old.
  • I'm not saying that theatre is a doomed profession, but if a person wants to stay in it very long, they'd better develop theatre skills beyond just acting.
  • Builders eventually took advantage of the look of modernism to build cheaply and carelessly.
  • Billy Crystal knows how to make people laugh. He's got 30 years on stage... there's no telling him what's funny.
  • If it bends, it's funny; if it breaks, it's not funny.
  • I don't attend film parties; I am anti-social. I don't drink, also. Because I don't go out, I don't know what's happening gossip-wise.
  • The white working class desires safety for their families, but Islam brings everything but safety. Look at Europe!
  • The first fight I saw live, the fighter I was shadowing lost in front of a crowd of forty thousand people. The scale of that is staggering to me. Undergoing that overlap between something very personal and something very public strikes me as both admirable and also somewhat terrifying.
  • I always like to win. But I'm the big sister. I want to make sure she has everything, even if I don't have anything. It's hard. I love her too much. That's what counts.
  • Mexico has never been anybody's backyard.
  • I did some research into domestic violence, and there were some stories that will stay me with forever.
  • Generally, you are held to a sound and that becomes your sound. That gets branded as your sound, and all the copycats start with it because the labels are looking for that sound.
  • I've reached a point where I'm comfortable in my own skin, and I do what I need to do, to feel good, but I'm built the way I am. The dancer's feet, the bruises on my legs, they're not going to go away. I think real girls have bruises. Tough chicks get bruised. They get dirty. And they have fun.
  • One match that really sticks out for me, there's a bunch of matches with all the guys that I worked with. For me, when I got in the ring, I approached it as being real because I was a real character. I didn't have a gimmick name; I didn't have a gimmick finish.
  • Two minutes later the right arm was pointing normally and the reaction to the left appeared. The patient made no complaint at all about the experiment.
  • Everything that I write is sort of autobiographical, and I don't know that I'm getting better, but I'm certainly running out of time.
  • The deadliest foe to virtue would be complete self-knowledge.
  • Everything we do, I'd imagine, influences everything we will do.
  • I'd like the United States to become what it was always meant to be, which is a secular nation - more publicly committed to reason, to improving understanding, and promoting education.
  • To me, acting doesn't really feel that different, one job to another.
  • I've been labeled all my life.
  • I remember when 'The Right Stuff' opened in Hollywood. I got dressed that morning and drove my car down to the theatre that it was playing on, thinking that there would be mobs of people outside. When I looked, there was nobody there.
  • I loved that outrageous, creative style of city ball. 'Logic is the death of art,' they taught me at Yale. Maybe in basketball, too.
  • We are more casual about qualifying the people we allow to act as advocates in the courtroom than we are about licensing electricians.
  • I think, from a standpoint of editorial, you know, AOL historically has played in a very deep way across many different verticals in the content space. Huffington Post adds a very large new dimension to that.
  • Since I came to the World Bank in 2007, I have argued that we must 'modernize multilateralism.'
  • Belief is such a powerful thing - but because it is, it can also be very destructive and it's very easily manipulated.
  • The sea is everything. It covers seven tenths of the terrestrial globe. Its breath is pure and healthy. It is an immense desert, where man is never lonely, for he feels life stirring on all sides.
  • I am the face of a refugee. I was once a refugee. I was with my family in exile.
  • Digital technology allows us a much larger scope to tell stories that were pretty much the grounds of the literary media.
  • I really like the Observer. I think I'd love to have a column with a broad reach that would enable me to do some proper reporting, but keep it on sort of a humorous level. I've always had a very happy experience writing for them.
  • He, however, who begins with Metaphysics, will not only become confused in matters of religion, but will fall into complete infidelity.