Reflection Quotes

  • My husband and Charlie Sheen played Little League together. They've always been best friends.
  • Slow down and think about the lessons of the elders.
  • The music we're playing now is based on my heritage, which is Russian, Romanian and Hungarian.
  • And the goal really is to make the audience laugh, to bring them some joy.
  • So it was just a case of getting a bunch of songs that I had been writing for years but hadn't recorded together, and the result was My Own Best Enemy.
  • Well, in 1947... in Europe and in Italy especially, we thought of America as all-powerful.
  • It was a dreamlike time for me from December 1997 to March of '98. Before that, I was basically unknown. Then, bang! The starting gun fired, and everybody just started running. It was learn-on-the-job. And there were more opportunities for work than I had time to do them.
  • If you look at the map, there's Thrace, Greece, Bulgaria, and there's tiny Gallipoli. It is such a small part of the whole peninsula, and yet you only hear about this little tiny bit.
  • To me, romance and suspense go hand in hand. What's more suspenseful than wondering how two wonderful people can manage to get together in spite of the world going crazy around them?
  • I need to maintain a home in Derbyshire and in London to be able both to represent my constituents and to fulfil my responsibilities as an MP and as a minister.
  • The existence of inherent limits of experience in no way settles the question about the subordination of facts of the human world to our knowledge of matter.
  • Try a thing you haven't done three times. Once, to get over the fear of doing it. Twice, to learn how to do it. And a third time to figure out whether you like it or not.
  • Coffee and smoking are the last great addictions.
  • Suffering is not good for the soul, unless it teaches you to stop suffering.
  • KPMG is committed to the highest standards of professionalism, , and quality, and we are dedicated to the capital markets we serve.
  • Philadelphia reflected the national turmoil over race and the Vietnam War, often exploding on my watch.
  • I'm very disturbed by violence against women when it is violence.
  • It's innate in me to be a Democrat - a true Southern populist kind of Democrat. There's not a lot of those anymore. I'm not saying I'm right or wrong. That's just the way I feel.
  • Some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle and end.
  • For men, it's about finding the perfect shoe or the perfect pants that will last you through the years. That's how I want to shop: sustainable, classic, great quality.
  • In my years of acting, the one thing I was never able to do convincingly was to laugh on camera. Fake-laugh.
  • My mother was killed in a plane crash, so I hate travelling in planes. Death is so unexpected. I would actually rather stay at home and not go anywhere.
  • Once you are satisfied with your goal, it is the real happiness.
  • I grew up during the war years in a tiny cottage with no electricity. Water for washing was pumped from a pond. My brother and I had to fetch drinking water from a tap at the end of the lane, and light was from candles, paraffin lamps, and our nightly log fire.
  • The aim of education is the knowledge, not of facts, but of values.
  • Everyone has a best feature, so find clothes and accessories to accentuate those, whether it's your shoulders or your long legs!
  • I appreciate cooperation with Turkey on many issues. We are grateful for the support we receive for E.U. and NATO integration for Montenegro.
  • The relationship between the public and the artist is complex and difficult to explain. There is a fine line between using this critical energy creatively and pandering to it.
  • If you have the ability and the wherewithal to create work that's basically in a discussion with the culture we're in, how could you not want to do that?
  • Clothes should look as if a woman was born into them. It is a form of possession, this belonging to one another.
  • The quality of our thoughts is bordered on all sides by our facility with language.
  • Experience was my only teacher; I knew little of the modern art movement. When I first saw the works of the Impressionists, van Gogh, van Dongen, and Fauves, I admired it. But I had to seek the true way alone.
  • Science is not a thing. It's a verb. It's a way of thinking about things. It's a way of looking for natural explanations for all phenomena.
  • But now they have it down to a real science where it's about an hour.
  • Without deep reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other people.
  • Even if I would have left on a good note, there is still going to be people who don't like you, who don't like what you stand for. I can't worry about that.
  • I've got one young family by the first wife, with four children.
  • I hope the Icelandic government grants me political asylum.
  • What nature delivers to us is never stale. Because what nature creates has eternity in it.
  • Veteran print editors and reporters at places like the 'Times' and 'The New Yorker' manage to feed and clothe their families without costing their companies a million bucks a month, and they produce a great deal more valuable reporting and analysis than the network news stars do.
  • They make a humongous profit, but the people that work on the shows don't get paid a lot because they're working on the Oscars show. It's the biggest show in the world.
  • Black men struggle with masculinity so much. The idea that we must always be strong really presses us all down - it keeps us from growing.
  • Reality shows. I'll watch them, but I won't tell anyone I'll watch them. I remember when the first British 'Big Brother' was on. I watched that Nasty Nick. I never watched it since, but I watched the first one. I was mesmerized. Don't tell anyone!
  • I never know why people come up to me. I think a lot of them just get super-excited because they recognize me from TV but they don't remember where.
  • There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don't know we don't know.
  • This industry isn't fair. It doesn't owe anybody a career. It's just about luck, determination, and showing up and being professional. The rest is out of your hands.
  • Clearly a big challenge for Christianity is how to remain in contact with the millions of people who look for God but do not come to Church.
  • The problem is that restaurants have assumed that kids don't want to eat anything other than chicken nuggets or fast-food burgers, but they do. They want to eat things that taste good.