Nature Quotes

  • The desires of adults are not more important than the needs of children.
  • Our body has this defect that, the more it is provided care and comforts, the more needs and desires it finds.
  • There's people who live life authentically and there's people who live a life of fabrication. And it begins with the question of how you're gonna do your time. And these are observations I made about Folsom when I was there with Dustin Hoffman when he was directing 'Straight Time.'
  • Society is becoming less and less transparent. People no longer know where decisions that substantially affect their lives are taken, nor by whom, nor how.
  • Other than dying, I think puberty is probably about as rough as it gets.
  • She was a handsome woman of forty-five and would remain so for many years.
  • I've a belt that I have worn for every single stand-up comedy session since I was 19. I fear if I ever lose it, my career would crumble. That's my one OCD.
  • Sometimes its controversy, but we all have our choices that we make.
  • The story of English spelling is the story of thousands of people - some well-known, most totally unknown - who left a permanent linguistic fingerprint on our orthography.
  • I want to share some insight into why someone would want to be a SEAL. A lot of us faced obstacles growing up. I didn't have any type of real nurturing as a kid. I hope people will relate to my story and go, 'Hey, if this guy can do it, so can I.'
  • My hope still is to leave the world a bit better than when I got here.
  • My father was in Ataturk's closest group. They lived together during the War of Liberation in Turkey.
  • In a free market, businesses compete for customers by keeping prices down and for labor by keeping wages up.
  • Running is very spiritual for me. It is therapeutic; it clears my mind and helps me to focus.
  • Poverty of course is no disgrace, but it is damned annoying.
  • Nothing is more generally known than our duties which belong to Christianity; and yet, how amazing is it, nothing is less practiced?
  • Film schools are now nearly 50-50 male-female, and women are also well represented at festivals and in indie film. But what happens to them after they direct their first film or short? Where do they go? They certainly aren't being given the same opportunities as their male counterparts.
  • So after being with somebody for any number of days like that, you can't help but feel for them. You can't help them, but you certainly can root for them.
  • I just think it's super amazing that the U.K. fans are so dedicated and loving. I love them, and being with them in person is an amazing feeling.
  • That's my style of fighting. I am throwing down, you know? Having fun. And that's my approach to life.
  • But when you take the Bible literally, for what it says, you have to come back to the fact that there is only one way of salvation; there's only one Savior.
  • Most of my rings are not expensive at all; they're just things that remind me of people that gave 'em to me. And they all have their own stories, their own meanings.
  • Collaboration is the best way to work. It's only way to work, really.
  • Most of my work had been in theater, and I was jumping not just into television but 'L.A. Law,' which had all these megastars in it.
  • The Premier League is difficult. The small teams can beat the big teams.
  • I was 16 when I linked up with my manager - first person I ever auditioned for - and I've been in this ever since.
  • I'm not against Flash, and I love the work that people such as Joshua Davis do.
  • In my second year, after moving to the Medical School, I began the courses of Anatomy and Physiology. I had begun to see that I was interested in cells and their functions.
  • It's like everything in football - and life. You need to look, you need to think, you need to move, you need to find space, you need to help others. It's very simple in the end.
  • We do not know enough about how the present will lead into the future.
  • Most of my friends are in the industry - photographers, models, stylists, and social media kids.
  • I have a longing for fiction - to try to believe in it and to disappear into it.
  • An actress can only play a woman. I'm an actor, I can play anything.
  • A cook never knows if the dish he perfected for hours was described properly or if a guest even liked his food. It's hard to spend hours perfecting a dish only to relinquish control. But chefs need to put aside their egos and trust the people serving the food.
  • I did Phone Booth, and that was shot very, very quickly, but that was Joel Schumacher, who's shot so many movies that, if anybody can figure out how to do it in a couple of days, it's him.
  • I'm an amateur.
  • The holy book is implanted in the hearts and minds of all the Muslims. Humiliation of the holy book represents the humiliation of our people.
  • People forget that keeping a band together is hard; man, it's really hard. All the cliches apply about living in each other's pockets; of it being a relationship, a marriage, a family.
  • The sometimes-tough love of the Christian faith of my childhood demanded a certain amount of self-reflection and, occasionally, self-criticism.
  • There's a big difference between falling in love and being in love. There's a big difference between infatuation and falling in love.
  • I believed in the Catholic position, the Catholic view of ethics and aesthetics, for a long time. But I wanted something not intellectual, some conviction not mental - in fact I wanted faith.
  • Confidentiality is an ancient and well-warranted social value.
  • Most of my fights, I push the pace. I'm the aggressor.
  • It only worked for a little while; the morning after I agreed to go with Universal, an article came out in the Hollywood trade papers, and the secret was out.
  • Prevention is one of the few known ways to reduce demand for health and aged care services.
  • I am a gay man who loves James Bond films and snooker - all kinds of working-class pursuits.
  • It isn't true that convicts live like animals: animals have more room to move around.
  • Suffering from dysentery at sea was no picnic.