Going Quotes

  • I think of myself not just as a dreamer, but as a dream chaser.
  • There have been many times when I've auditioned and I've actually won a different role in the same film.
  • I originally started off as a healer before I came to Hollywood.
  • They're always saying I'm a capitalistic pig. I suppose I am. But... it's good for my drumming.
  • To be honest, the piece of clothing from a man's wardrobe I wear most often, to bed and around the house, is my boyfriend's underwear. I think it's infinitely unfair that women are compelled to wear underwear with a comfort factor of zero whilst men stroll around in essentially the most comfortable item of clothing ever made.
  • People tend to comment on my feet a lot. In daily life.
  • A friend is nothing but a known enemy.
  • I'm a wuss - a complete wuss!
  • I would have had the same narrative, regardless of the atmosphere and the restrictions.
  • I don't play any tournaments to come second best.
  • To create one's world in any of the arts takes courage.
  • I go back and think of President Kennedy, who had a military service background, but he comes into the presidency, and he's faced with a decision on the Bay of Pigs, with the C.I.A. and the military giving him data, and it turns out very badly.
  • Ah-rah-han, the first Buddhist apostle of Burma, under the patronage of King Anan-ra-tha-men-zan, disseminated the doctrines of atheism and taught his disciples to pant after annihilation as the supreme good.
  • We have to get the tax revenues up. That means we have to get back to a healthy American economy, grow the economy so that you make more money. I make more money, ordinary Americans make more money, and so does the government. That helps lessen the deficit.
  • Further, the next generation of terrorists will grow up in a digital world, with ever more powerful and easy-to-use hacking tools at their disposal.
  • I would have to say the novel 'War and Peace' influenced me more than any other book. This greatest of novels demonstrated to me the enormous power of literature and fired me up with a desire to become a writer, to participate in what I considered then to be the greatest of all endeavors.
  • I think that obstacles lead to growth and ultimately, the most learning I've done in my life is between jobs.
  • When I'm not involved in an acting job I try to run 10 miles a day.
  • I'd much rather wear out than rust out.
  • I would rather have a million friends than a million dollars.
  • I've never wanted to be the hottest star. I always wanted to do good movies.
  • The Arab awakening was driven by youth, organized by technology, and fired by a hunger for political change.
  • People think that every day we pass monumental legislation. Oftentimes, the most important thing that you have done that day is help a family with a visa.
  • History shows us that the songs - the myth, the experience and the emotion - live longer the less you explain.
  • I'd never really babysat. I feel like I'm Blair, or 'Gossip Girl.' A teenager, basically - and now suddenly I'm a mom?
  • Acting is still, of course, what I love to do most. The beauty of it is that by changing characters, it never gets boring.
  • I'll look back and I'd be better to answer that in about three months from now. Or when the movie comes out and I see it. I don't even know what it is yet. I've still been in the middle of it.
  • I've come to learn that there is a real difference between men and women. It's genetic.
  • I became an American on Nov. 4, 2010, at an elegant ceremony in Great Hall of Bullfinch's Faneuil Hall, Boston, beneath a vast painting of Daniel Webster debating the preservation of the Union with Robert Hayne of South Carolina, before the Civil War.
  • Netanyahu personally is leading the campaign against the Arabs.
  • I am a loyal man.
  • My heroes - people like Woody Allen - were stand-up comedians. Therefore, I always felt I should give it a go.
  • Sometimes, I think I have the best job in the world.
  • Happiness is like a cloud, if you stare at it long enough, it evaporates.
  • In the spring of 1984, I was crushed not to make my Little League All-Star team. I will not go into too much detail, but imagine all your best friends were invited to a one-month party, and you weren't. You could watch it from afar but never get past the fence line. It was an early and abrupt welcome to adolescent loneliness.
  • I found out was, by the rhythm of my chewing, how I chewed fast, slow or what have you, I could tell the audience what my character was thinking and feeling.
  • You're not going to be great at everything. Surround yourself with people that can compliment you so you can work together and then everybody can be successful.
  • I've never understood activity holidays since we seem to have far too much activity in our daily lives as it is. Find a culture where loafing is the order of the day and where they don't understand our need to be constantly doing things. Find somewhere you can have a hammock holiday.
  • My credentials, briefly: I no longer go to church or believe in God, but I can still name every one of the fruits of the Spirit and reeled for days upon hearing the announcement that Audio Adrenaline was reunited with one of the singers from DC Talk.
  • It doesn't take that many years for a kid to realise that they're going to die. It's always there in the back of their mind the rest of their lives.
  • I've always tried to work hard. I'm not trying to show anybody up or do something spectacular for attention.
  • I think the qualities I look for in a girl I'd like to be my girlfriend would be the way Lindsay's character is before she becomes a plastic. Very real.
  • So I rang up a local building firm, I said 'I want a skip outside my house.' He said 'I'm not stopping you.'
  • Angling may be said to be so like the mathematics that it can never be fully learned.
  • And it was, it was not beating George Bush, believe it or not, the bottom line as far as I was concerned was introducing to the public who Gerry Ferraro was.
  • I've been fortunate to work with partners like Weinstein and John and Art Linson in developing 'Yellowstone' and am grateful that it has found a home in the Paramount Network. The show is both timely and timeless.
  • Psychoanalysis is a terribly efficient instrument, and because it is more and more a prestigious instrument, we run the risk of using it with a purpose for which it was not made for, and in this way we may degrade it.
  • Many Czech people are very talented. They can do many things, but when they get to a certain level, they are satisfied. I am not like that, thank God.