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  • It's like, 'You're not allowed to change. That's not fair. We like you like this.' But I don't. So let me expand and express myself.
  • If, then, you are looking for the way by which you should go, take Christ, because He Himself is the way.
  • You can't learn acting through any classes.
  • If I just sit here, what am I going to do? I don't have a trade. I don't teach or anything. I just love to make up characters and gradually build a story around them.
  • The lesson is that you can still make mistakes and be forgiven.
  • Change is always something you have to go through.
  • In-N-Out is incredible, but don't tell coach I've been going there. He would flip out and put some curse on me.
  • The Blossoms were actually the first black background singers that did recording sessions in California, but we had to start giving work away. We just couldn't do it all.
  • All literature is an effort at the formal character of the epigram.
  • I'm not a wilting flower. I'm honest, so I pick a lot of fights. I've burned a lot of bridges.
  • Do what you love doing.
  • I just filmed a movie with my boyfriend, an indie film called 'Conception.' And it's kind of like an R-rated version of 'Valentine's Day.' So it's like all about eight couples, and me and my boyfriend play one of them together. And that was a lot of fun.
  • Every writer writes in different ways, and so some write the music first, while others write the lyrics first, and some write while they are doing other things, and it is just nice to see how other writers are writing.
  • Thanking you once more, I want to wish you the best of luck for your future life and to conclude by saying to you: Dream your dreams and may they come true!
  • As things get worse, poetry gets better because it becomes more necessary.
  • A film centered around the Second World War with a predominantly white cast would not have the pressure on it that 'Red Tails' has.
  • We must overcome the notion that we must be regular... it robs you of the chance to be extraordinary and leads you to the mediocre.
  • You must learn to talk clearly. The jargon of scientific terminology which rolls off your tongues is mental garbage.
  • I was an original member of the Actors' Studio.
  • I was in love with this character of Ray Krebbs. I wanted the part badly. I had done several Western films in my career at that point and there wasn't much opportunity then to play Western roles on television at that time.
  • It is very difficult for people to come in contact with their own emotions and their own sensibilities.
  • You can learn a line from a win and a book from a defeat.
  • A government is for the benefit of all the people.
  • I love my house. I love my family. I love my animals.
  • You should learn from your competitor, but never copy. Copy and you die.
  • The thing with One Direction songs is that you can probably break them all down to an acoustic guitar and vocal.
  • When you learn to keep fighting in the face of potential failure, it gives you a larger skill set to do what you want to do in life. It gives you vision. But you can't acquire it if you're afraid of keeping score.
  • The main thing is dancing, and before it withers away from my body, I will keep dancing till the last moment, the last drop.
  • It is very hard work, but I am a big believer in not micromanaging; I hire really, really talented people and trust them to do their jobs.
  • You can learn from everyone, the president or the cleaner. You need teachers in life, but they're not always school teachers or professors. You learn from ordinary people. You learn from travel, from just walking down the street.
  • Caricature is rough truth.
  • I just find myself happy with the simple things. Appreciating the blessings God gave me.
  • There is all of this protesting against corporate power, but in reality, corporations have to persuade you - they could have a ton of money, but actually only government can use force.
  • I have to believe there's redemption in the darkest of circumstances; otherwise it's too bleak for me.
  • The fine art of preparing sushi is something that you watch and learn.
  • We tolerate shapes in human beings that would horrify us if we saw them in a horse.
  • I've never regretted anything I've done, even the things that I've failed at. I've often regretted not trying something really big, because you'll never know.
  • After years of making wrong decisions in my life, in 1977 I found out that it was all right to be square, simple, and sober.
  • The object of government in peace and in war is not the glory of rulers or of races, but the happiness of common man.
  • Clock watchers never seem to be having a good time.
  • We have the tendency to condemn what we don't understand.
  • You learn from your mistakes.
  • Racism is taught in our society, it is not automatic. It is learned behavior toward persons with dissimilar physical characteristics.
  • When I was 17, I worked at a bagel shop - I ate so many! I was also in all the school musicals, which we rehearsed for during the afternoons.
  • You learn from everything.
  • Umm... I don't judge my relationship with Puff or Bad Boy according to other people or past artists. At the end of the day, you are in charge of your career, and you can't depend on no man to do anything for you. I've learned to judge relationships with a person on myself and that person, not what they have done with previous people.
  • I ask all my actors to do two things: I ask them to fail for me, and I ask them to surprise me.
  • I find comedy to be really scary, because it can go so wrong so easily, and the margin for error is so huge - and I guess that's what makes it funny, that tension.