Fly Quotes

  • It's a kind of madness in cosmopolitan cities now.
  • Indebted countries can only grow out of their debt troubles through strong economic growth; austerity measures alone cannot work. It is imperative to engage in deep structural reform to spur growth.
  • At times, my confidence is rock bottom, although I try for it to be sky high, thanks to the people that are always there with me and support me.
  • It's really ironic that I won, because that's not the goal that I had in mind when I went out to skate.
  • Moana is an incredible heroine. She's strong... She's got her two feet firmly planted. She's definitely grounded.
  • I was a singer professionally when I was four years old, and I did not really begin to play any instrument - the first one, of course, was drums - till I was about nine years old.
  • A man is born alone and dies alone; and he experiences the good and bad consequences of his karma alone; and he goes alone to hell or the Supreme abode.
  • The trouble is that the average trader on Wall Street, he or she is so young, he doesn't even remember the recession of 2001, let alone the previous one.
  • I just love going out and playing my brother's songs.
  • I see the staff and crew on the set as my equals. When I make a mistake, they know they can call my attention or even tell me what to do.
  • When I first came to this country, I didn't know how to speak English.
  • Once I had a steel job for half of a day. I never went back to collect my pay.
  • You cannot fly like an eagle with the wings of a wren.
  • Of course, success takes you where your character can't sustain you.
  • I feel as though, as an actor, you can only make brave choices when you're acting with people that you're so relaxed with that you can make a mistake.
  • In movies, you get to explore parts of yourself that in real life, people shy away from, like looking stupid or embarrassing yourself or getting too angry, anything inappropriate. As an actor, you walk into those moments.
  • The thing that I loved about 'Feud,' we froze a moment in time for these families that had never occurred before. That's magic.
  • One of the biggest problems for beginning writers is this need to over-explain.
  • I was gaga about dinosaurs as a kid.
  • I've met people who are baffled by children, as though they were never children themselves.
  • I met Patricia Neal, John Houseman. But I loved my grandfather because he was this kind, talented man.
  • I'm really maturing into soul music. It's not my attempt or karaoke try. I feel like I really embody the music now that I am 36.
  • Now I know what it's like to be a rock star. No, I didn't sleep with 5 groupies at once. But I was interviewed about 45 times in 5 days in 3 cities.
  • All of the land of Israel is ours.
  • I'm so happy with my family, my career and my friends, and I'd like for them to be here forever, so I guess loss is what scares me the most.
  • I may live in London, but I'll go back to the country one day. My dad's an architect, so I would like him to design me a house. I'd love to be in the countryside when I'm older.
  • I can't think of anything more important than the environment we leave to our children and our children's children.
  • My favorite app is, without a doubt, Instagram. It's such a fun way to share photos and life's captured moments with friends, family and fans.
  • Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.
  • I think I always knew that I would do something with art because it was the one thing that I knew I was really good at.
  • I met my wife in Washington, D.C. I was a senior in college. WW II was about to descend upon us. Jobs were starting to open up after a prolonged depression.
  • People always related to President Bush, but in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the Iraq War, his numbers collapsed because people didn't feel like he handled those properly. Obama is the inverse. He was elected because he was an extraordinary guy, but the fact that he isn't ordinary has turned out to be politically damaging.
  • For years, I kept the two separate: Michael Horse the artist and Michael Horse the actor. I like the acting, but I'm an artist; that's my identity.
  • Having children is like having a bowling alley installed in your brain.
  • If I eat junk food and have a workout the next day, I feel a significant difference in the way my body responds to exercise. I'm sluggish, tired and run out of energy very quickly.
  • God steps into the suffering with us, and He takes it on himself, and He walks through it with us, and He uses it to create something in you that is unstoppable.
  • Since 'Buffy,' vampires have become kind of softer and gushier instead of, you know, man-eating monsters.
  • In 1971 I returned to the University of Chicago as Professor of Physics.
  • I like independent films... European films. I do go and see popular films as well because my kids force me.
  • I'm really shy with my acting when it's off, because the camera gives me an excuse to be in character, whereas otherwise I would just feel like an idiot.
  • I mean, the great secret is that an orchestra can actually play without a conductor at all. Of course, a great conductor will have a concept and will help them play together and unify them.
  • I was in every club and extra-curricular activity at high school, and I was in the National Honor Society.
  • There is something fascinating about every human being. The question is how much they're willing to divulge.
  • I'm interested in creating a little sound world for songs, really crafting it, building it, and making it like a little doll's house with little things inside it, staircases and rooms and everything kind of relates to everything else. I've never seen it as drums, bass, guitar and vocals in very separate spaces.
  • I got out of difficult situations when many of my classmates didn't because I was smart, and I was lucky, and my parents were amazingly literate and helpful.
  • We feel it's unacceptable to be fat, when it has nothing to do with who the person actually is.
  • It's always been a subtext of our secular optimism that you solve the economic problem, and all other things sort of take care of themselves. Well, we seem to be doing well on the economic side - we are doing very well - and the other things are not solving - they're compounding.
  • Only when I am by seawater can I truly breathe, to say nothing of my ability to think.