Honesty Quotes

  • When money was plentiful, I was the first one who told you to stack it. Live your life with it. Now that money slowed up, I'ma be the one telling you to save it like they ain't gon' make it no more.
  • Liberty without virtue would be no blessing to us.
  • Being on my own in a studio is really, really different than making music with the band. I can't say I necessarily enjoy it more, but it was just a new experience for me.
  • The thing that makes a creative person is to be creative and that is all there is to it.
  • Some introverts are perfectly comfortable with public speaking; I'm not one of them.
  • The difference between ignorant and educated people is that the latter know more facts. But that has nothing to do with whether they are stupid or intelligent.
  • I don't understand why people really get upset about something that doesn't affect them at all.
  • Here, class attendance is expected and students are required to take notes, which they are tested on. What is missing, it seems to me, is the use of knowledge, the practical training.
  • Here is true immorality: ignorance and stupidity; the devil is nothing but this. His name is Legion.
  • We should not become so ashamed of the disappointments and travesties of democracy that we become ashamed of the idea itself. It is the outer reflection of our self-acceptance.
  • Coming of age in the 1960s, I heard the word 'fascist' all the time. College presidents were fascists; Vietnam War supporters were fascists. Policemen who tangled with protesters were fascists - on and on.
  • In the hands of a passive-aggressive person who wants to abdicate responsibility for things, texting is a great tool. You can really go nuts.
  • It's a weird scene. You win a few baseball games and all of a sudden you're surrounded by reporters and TV men with cameras asking you about Vietnam and race relations.
  • According to a Public Policy Polling survey, most Americans find lice and colonoscopies more appealing than Capitol Hill.
  • If you're going to self - publish, you need to know why you're doing it, what you want to accomplish, and how you plan to implement that.
  • I love my kids; I'm very close to all three of them.
  • Here's what I tell people now when they come to my shows: 'First of all, thank you for stimulating the economy, or at least my economic package.'
  • If U.S. foreign policy results in massive death and destruction abroad, we cannot feign innocence when some of that destruction is returned.
  • The biggest thing is to let your voice be heard, let your story be heard.
  • Acting had been a hobby that turned into a career, the directing was a hobby that turned into a career and music just really allowed me to find another way to express myself.
  • Women want honesty but sometimes get upset if you are honest, so you need to know when to be honest.
  • Life is a series of steps. Things are done gradually. Once in a while there is a giant step, but most of the time we are taking small, seemingly insignificant steps on the stairway of life.
  • Greed is a bottomless pit which exhausts the person in an endless effort to satisfy the need without ever reaching satisfaction.
  • As long as I'm not living out of a suitcase, I'm happy.
  • It's really hard to make an original movie of any kind that succeeds in the theatrical market place, in the wide release market place.
  • Music is a very personal and emotional form of communication.
  • The old image of Tonto and the Lone Ranger was one that we, as Indian people, didn't care much for; it was kind of a second-class citizen.
  • If you look at the footballers, you look at our celebrity culture, we seem to be saying, 'This is the way you want to be'. We seem to be a society that celebrates all the wrong people.
  • The world is ending, make no mistake. It's coming to an end. This can't go on for much longer. Capitalism has to fall.
  • If CART continues on, it's just going to drag all of open-wheel racing down.
  • But although Australia was also involved in the Vietnam conflict, I can remember my dad telling us that if we were in Australia, we wouldn't be drafted until we were 20.
  • Here's where I'm different from a senator. We pass continuing resolutions. We pass appropriations bills.
  • Is there one specific source that determines correct morality and everybody should follow that? Or should individuals come up with following that source or not depending on their situation?
  • The liberties and freedoms which we hold dear and we recognize and cherish and respect guide the way we gather information in the United States.
  • Here's what I just realized: A world in which sport at its best is not seen as some kind of art is a world that doesn't deserve any art.
  • If Carter had been there when the AIDS crisis came up, it would have been a whole different story. It could have been treated like a legitimate disease.
  • If capital and labor ever do get together it's good night for the rest of us.
  • I am sorry to upset my colleagues by saying we wasted four years in opposition, but if you do get so badly defeated as a party you do have to face up to some painful facts and you do have to change.
  • If you are ever in doubt as to whether to kiss a pretty girl, always give her the benefit of the doubt.
  • Here's the thing: If you're monitoring every single thing that goes on in a given culture, if you have all the information that is there to be had, then that is the equivalent of having none of it. How are you going to process that amount of information?
  • With honesty of purpose, balance, a respect for tradition, courage, and, above all, a philosophy of life, any young person who embraces the historical profession will find it rich in rewards and durable in satisfaction.
  • I guess I've always lived upside down when I want things I can't have.
  • The best thing that I got was rehearsing with my father. It was always about the process of figuring things out, and trying something new, and having another take on something and keeping it alive.
  • In Mexico, when we want to speak deep secrets, we drink pulgue together. It is a drink made from the cactus plant, and when you take the bottle from your mouth, it leaves a string behind, between the mouth and the bottle, like a spider's web. It shows that the truth sticks inside.
  • Here's to democracy. May we get the government we deserve.
  • Here's what I see all across this great city - people working together to make Boston a better place to live and to raise children, to grow and pursue dreams.
  • The framers of the Constitution were so clear in the federalist papers and elsewhere that they felt an independent judiciary was critical to the success of the nation.
  • My family has always been proud of being British.