Karma Quotes

  • My dad was very fun and very adventurous, and from a formative age I learned to value men who would do things on a whim.
  • Once you get into entertaining a quarter of a million people, it's a very weird place to be.
  • I asked a Burmese why women, after centuries of following their men, now walk ahead. He said there were many unexploded land mines since the war.
  • Dealing with the health of people is more important than political considerations.
  • It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.
  • Whatever you do in life, there's content and form; only those two put together create special meaning of a great work of art or great interpretation of music or a great story that you tell.
  • A man came up to me at a party and asked if I wanted to be in his video game. I of course said yes. And then it turned out it was 'Assassin's Creed', so that was great. They let me ad lib a lot and mess about and be very snarky indeed, and I'm thrilled by the success of all their hard work.
  • I got nominated for my second film as best young director in the Aikido Film Festival in Japan.
  • I was struggling with anorexia, and one of the biggest problems with an eating disorder is you don't realize you have it. And you can't heal until you realize there's a problem.
  • I am the Great White Buffalo and I play an American-made Gibson guitar that can blow your head clean off at 100 paces.
  • I was a student at Harvard, and that's where I learned about so-called avant-garde music. Jackson Pollock, abstract expressionism and painting were well known at this time.
  • I always joke that they're all like my children, so I love them all, but I would be lying if I didn't admit that 'Wonder Woman' has an affinity for me.
  • Your karma should be good, and everything else will follow. Your good karma will always win over your bad luck.
  • It is more comfortable for me, in the long run, to be rude than polite.
  • It is in pardoning that we are pardoned.
  • The strong manly ones in life are those who understand the meaning of the word patience.
  • Hollywood has the idea that movies have to be dumb. But especially movies for or about teenagers have to be really dumb!
  • I don't accept the Zionist idea.
  • Of the fellows least likely to be president, you'd have to vote Jack No. 1.
  • Neapolitans are extremely empathetic, whereas the typical northern attitude is more about not showing or sharing your feelings.
  • I am the greatest, I said that even before I knew I was.
  • I think most folks are good folks.
  • It is more difficult to keep the attention of hearers than of readers.
  • As I see it, the debate between summer vacation vs. year-round school glosses over the most important questions. Namely, how can we bring play back to our nation's schools?
  • The pen is the tongue of the mind.
  • It is more difficult to designate this form of conation on its practical side by a satisfactory name.
  • Poetry begins where language starts: in the shadows and accidents of one person's life.
  • At the Home Run Derby, you're expected to hit home runs. You're up there trying to hit home runs.
  • We don't design by calculator or by demographics or anything like that. We really are a group of creative, sensitive people. We have our charmed little world where we get to make things. We're really lucky.
  • In L.A., you just kind of come and have a nice hiking-yoga-gym life.
  • I was one of the first three black students to go to an all-white school in Tennessee.
  • I remember when people called Facebook a fad.
  • At the Muddy Waters thing, I played the first song by myself on an acoustic guitar. I thought that was great that y'all did that tribute to Muddy Waters. I had a real good time.
  • Many kids turn to selling drugs. It's not a good career choice, but they see it as a way to get money.
  • I am the guardian of power, not its owner.
  • If I'm honest, the reason I got into acting is not the reason I'm still doing it, and if I'm still doing it in ten years' time, I'm sure I'll find something else.
  • I love small films, and I love films being seen in a theater. I love film, and unfortunately, that's being phased out.
  • We have a lot of people with a Western education who work in Russia and understand the international rules of business and corporate governance.
  • I was the Secretary of State of New Jersey in November 2000. I paid careful attention to the challenges that stemmed from inadequate voting systems in various places.
  • Every vital organization owes its birth and life to an exciting and daring idea.
  • I am the luckiest novelist in the world. I was a first-time novelist who wasn't awash in rejection slips, whose manuscript didn't disappear in slush piles. I have had a wonderful time.