Major Part Quotes

  • I have a lot of brothers. It's easy for me to do physical stuff. I had to survive. I really love it, and I'd love to do more of it. I want to do action films. I want to go and hang off of wires, and jump off of bridges, and hang on bungee cords. I've always really loved it.
  • I attended a very small junior high and specially in the end that became a disaster. The principal was pretty senile and a drunk, so the children more or less runned the school.
  • Anybody that's been through a divorce, and I hope it's something people never have to experience, it's the worse thing in the world.
  • The discovery that light elements could be disintegrated by artificially accelerated particles gave an additional impetus to development work on the various methods of producing them.
  • My journey has been that of a character actor.
  • I think a lot of people want stories or lives to have very distinct beginnings, middles, and endings. Generally, I think things are a little more fluid than that.
  • The cholera had broken out at the post, and five or six men were dying daily.
  • Personally, I don't choose any particular religion or symbol or group of words or teachings to define me. That's between me and the most high. You know, my higher self. The Creator.
  • There certainly does seem a possibility that the detective story will come to an end, simply because the public will have learnt all the tricks.
  • We teach about how to drive in school, but not how to manage finances.
  • I get my inspiration from everyone when I need it and how I need it.
  • Our Founding Fathers drafted the Bill of Rights to ensure that We the People could determine how best to protect our communities.
  • Nothing in our evolutionary history specifically prepared us to live in large societies. Almost everything about the way culture works does.
  • Experience teaches only the teachable.
  • There is an art to writing, and it is not always disclosure. The act itself can be beautiful, revelatory, and private.
  • There are thousands of ragas, and they are all connected with different times of the day, like sunrise or night or sunset. It is all based on 72 of what we call 'mela' or scales. And we have principally nine moods, ranging from peacefulness to praying, or the feeling of emptiness you get by sitting by the ocean.
  • In N.Y. you're always around people, but in L.A. you can go days without seeing anyone.