Healthier Quotes

  • We are made to know and love God.
  • I think journaling is a key to success. You can set clear goals for yourself. You can start noticing repetitive behavior patterns and see the type of things that keep bothering you, and then you can have a bird's eye view of it.
  • There is already a mountain of evidence that Saddam Hussein is gathering weapons for the purpose of using them. And adding additional information is like adding a foot to Mount Everest.
  • When I got cast in 'Rocky IV,' I had never seen a film camera before. And here I was in this boxing movie.
  • I loved Roy Acuff with all my heart, and I never dreamed I'd be able to meet him or see him onstage, or especially become good friends with him. For all this to happen, it's hard to explain what a dream this is when you love something as much as I love traditional country music.
  • A show is exhausting when it stinks. It's exhausting when you have to work overtime to make something work.
  • If we cannot by reason, by influence, by example, by strenuous effort, and by personal sacrifice, mend the bad places of civilization, we certainly cannot do it by force.
  • I think it's fun to play for people who don't know what you do.
  • Terrorists destroy randomly.
  • I don't think you can write according to a set of rules and laws; every writer is so different.
  • I don't think Indian actors are good. A couple of them are, like Anupam Kher, but not many are there like him in the industry. There are thousand of actors and actresses in the industry, but you can count on hand how many of them are really good; the rest of them are just pretty faces.
  • Since I had cancer I've realised that every day is a bonus.
  • After all, despite the economic advantage to firms that employed child labor, it was in the social interest, as a national policy, to abolish it - removing that advantage for all firms.
  • I always try to communicate to our people that we can never make enough money. We can never make enough profit.
  • I don't need jewels and cars. It's about the delicacy of the way I'm handled.
  • In fact, it is Shakespeare who gives us the map of the mind. It is Shakespeare who invents Freudian Psychology. Freud finds ways of translating it into supposedly analytical vocabulary.
  • There's going to be positive and negative in anything in life.
  • I promote my own self-hatred.
  • When I left 'Coronation Street,' I wondered if I could ever be lucky enough to work with such a unanimously wonderful company of good people - and I've just come to that good bunch again.
  • I would say the film world has stopped operating as one. We have divided it into Hindi movies, Bengali movies, Tamil movies and so on. Earlier, there was only one channel and we all knew what was going on. Today, it is hard to keep track of programmes due to the advent of regional channels.
  • I never lie. I believe everything I say, so it's not a lie.
  • I enjoy looking, learning, smiling, and engaging with art, sometimes even rejecting it.
  • I don't expect an overnight change of all desktops to what the US Military used to call B3 level security. And even that would not stop users from shooting themselves into the foot.
  • My wife - I married my onscreen girlfriend from 'Growing Pains', Mike Seaver's girlfriend, and we've been married for 17 years - so marriage is very important to us.
  • Spanglish is the encounter: perhaps the word is marriage or divorce of English and Spanish, but also of Anglo and Hispanic civilizations - not only in the United States but in the entire continent and, perhaps, also in Spain.
  • 'Late bloomer' is another way of saying 'slow learner.'
  • There is a conflict in the Middle East between two entities, and they're both right, each in their own way.
  • Nothing is certain in life but death and taxes. And in Donald Trump's case, lies.
  • I'm Dan Gelber. As a federal prosecutor, I helped put away corporate criminals, corrupt politicians and violent gangs.
  • I do not look at myself every morning and think: 'Oh, my gosh, I am so perfect, so beautiful, so talented.' No, I like to make fun of myself.
  • It's really cool now that we have Twitter and Facebook, and it's cool that people can post their thoughts and stories and just constantly on their timelines.
  • I'm a huge 'Breaking Bad' fan; I would be really annoyed if anyone told me anything about what was going to happen in the last eight episodes.
  • There's intense national feeling in America that could be called patriotism.
  • I set myself up to be a bass guitarist and bass players get a lot more work than people like me.
  • Two things are bad for the heart - running up stairs and running down people.
  • I think it's a reflection of the music business in general, which to me seems very fragmented.
  • If we follow the traditional way of thought, there will always be traditional enemies. Extremist circles from both sides will find causes to give rise to problems.
  • For most of the history of our species we were helpless to understand how nature works. We took every storm, drought, illness and comet personally. We created myths and spirits in an attempt to explain the patterns of nature.
  • Is letting our children watch TV a form of child abuse? If our children grow up knowing everything about Britney Spears and nothing about nature or faith, about anything, is that not a form of child abuse?
  • I began to pay attention to Scripture and meet people who walked the walk, and little by little, I guess you could call me a born again Christian. 1978 is when I found my walk with the Lord.
  • That death was near, I suppose I believed, but I saw it only as a rest after the day's work.
  • We train very hard under windy conditions. I've actually walked a wire in my backyard with 90-mile-an-hour winds.
  • There is no privilege in restriction. In other words, I disagree with people who say restriction makes you more creative. I think that's a misleading slogan. I might have been more creative without them than with them.
  • The experience of opposing mass movements was acquired by the KGB during perestroika. It was then that the politicians decided to develop and nourish mass movements for their purposes.
  • In the morning we received some very thin coffee. For lunch we had potato soup with a few pieces of meat in it, in the evening we had a very thin meat soup with some potatoes in it.
  • I've always wanted to sail around the world in a handmade boat, and I built a boat.
  • And I don't like to work. I only like working when I'm working.
  • My dear, I don't give a damn.