Star Quotes

  • I don't get sick. I can't afford to get sick.
  • Life does not mean mere karma or mere bhakti or mere jnana.
  • Faith is the virtue by which, clinging-to the faithfulness of God, we lean upon him, so that we may obtain what he gives to us.
  • I was brought up largely by my grandfather because my father only returned from a prisoner-of-war camp in 1947 and worked in the nearest small town, so I hardly ever saw him.
  • In terms of jumping into a character's skin, I try to immerse myself in the role as much as possible to bring me closer to them. All I do is what's required to achieve what I want to achieve.
  • I definitely regret the surgeries that I have had over the years, I think I was so young and in such an unstable situation in my life with so much going on and so much pressure.
  • What I decide to wear literally depends on how I'm feeling that day.
  • The joint lubrication was not what it was when I was competing, and I decided that not having arthritis or rheumatism for the rest of my life was a lot more important to me than returning to the track.
  • I think the main goal of the feminist movement was the status degradation of the full-time homemaker. They really wanted to get all women out of the homes and into the workforce. And again and again, they taught that the only fulfilling lifestyle was to be in the workforce reporting to a boss instead of being in the home reporting to a husband.
  • I love costumes. I love getting dressed up because it really helps my imagination make the leap to believe that I am who I say I am.
  • There is hardly a case in which the dispute was not caused by a woman.
  • Vin Diesel is crazy, and when I say crazy, I mean it in a good way. He's crazy about Latinos, and he's not even a Latino. He even wants to speak Spanish. I told him we should do a song together, and he said he was shy. But I said, 'I'm no actor, but I'm acting in front of you. I wasn't scared.'
  • The only people I really hate are parking attendants.
  • I bought a pair of Carpe Diem boots, which were completely unnecessary and hideously expensive, but they make me feel quite fine and dandy.
  • In many ways, 'What Teachers Make: In Praise of the Greatest Job in the World' is just one big thank-you note to my teachers. The book is dedicated to my fifth and sixth grade English teacher, Dr. Joseph D'Angelo, a massive force of erudition, martial artistry, culture, and love.
  • My first son Tony was born when I was only eighteen. I was a still a kid; I wasn't ready to be a dad, so he was put up for adoption and went off to live with a family that could care for him.
  • I'm the only person who's uninspired by the Starbucks mocha peppermint whatever-it-is.
  • I think we need to think beyond the issue of absolute risk.
  • I've always had this rule of thumb: If you have fun making it, then someone will have fun watching it.
  • I was the type of guy that used to get up in the morning and go out and just out run everybody on the field without stretching or warming up or anything.
  • Money is a bubble that never pops. It's a consensus hallucination.
  • My marriage is very important to me.
  • Nothing is more generally known than our duties which belong to Christianity; and yet, how amazing is it, nothing is less practiced?
  • I'm the most ambitious person you ever met.
  • I always have Band-Aids, ideally ones with princesses on them, because they're the best.
  • What can I say, I'm an alcoholic. It's what I do.
  • In any industry, the people with the freshest ideas usually come from outside.
  • I enjoy being recognized. I'll be very sad if people stop recognizing me. I'll be very sad if I'm not interviewed, because that's a very amazing process.
  • We remember Kurt for what he was: caring, generous and sweet.
  • I love words. They're fun. I don't think any word can just be filler. There's no room for it. It's like a puzzle. Every song can be written a million times. How can you say it differently?
  • For my 50th birthday, I got ahold of a new print of 'Saturday Night Fever.' I see it much more as a tough coming-of-age movie than as a disco story.
  • Psychology is a big part of sport that some people do not realise. But it is a skill you have to practice.
  • I believe with all my heart that the Church of Jesus Christ should be a Church of blurred edges.
  • I feel warm toward my Irish side, but I don't know the country or the people. Hearing a traditional Irish fiddle, I feel very connected to Ireland, but that's a nostalgia many people feel who aren't Irish at all.
  • I either delegate something, I dump it, or I deal with it.
  • A lot of fashion photographers will do the same sort of image for many years; it's easier to be successful if you do that.
  • I've always had to force myself to make friends and speak to people. My parents were quiet, and it took me a while to get used to the fact that people talk about their feelings, their problems.
  • I try to live with honor, even if it costs me millions of dollars and takes a long time. It's very unusual in Hollywood. Few people are trustworthy - a handshake means nothing to them. They feel they're required to keep an agreement with you only if you're successful or they need you.
  • I decided in my life that I would do nothing that did not reflect positively on my father's life.
  • That was' one time when my technique absolutely deserted me, I must admit. There was a wax face that he had created himself to cover his own ugliness. I was in his clutches and I had to hit him in the face.
  • Afghanistan is a country in need. Afghanistan needs to protect itself in the region; Afghanistan needs to secure itself within the country. Afghanistan needs to develop its forces, and Afghanistan needs to provide stability to the people.
  • When it is good, theatre takes a lot of beating both to watch and perform.
  • England has collapsed politically, monetarily, constitutionally, and economically. It is not reasonable to demand from them to trigger Article 50.
  • The big legislative updates that we need to compete in the 21st century and to raise living standards have been blocked by a reluctance to seek common ground.
  • Plain women know more about men than beautiful women do.
  • Unfortunately, no matter how frivolous the lawsuit, you still, of course, have to pay people to defend you on it.
  • I believe in nurturing creativity and offering a haven for creators, enabling them to develop their ideas to the fullest. With more and more talented creators being drawn to Cirque in an environment that fulfills them, these are ideal to continue developing great new shows.
  • Vampires are immortal, you can do whatever you want, and get away with it. And there's the seduction part of course, sex is a big part of the vampire thing.