Think Quotes

  • No matter how devastating our struggles, disappointments, and troubles are, they are only temporary.
  • They have equal weight and you do the same work you'd do if you were playing a dramatic role.
  • I always wanted to get married with just candles! I think candlelight is the most beautiful light there is and there's something very spiritual about it.
  • One bully changing their behavior for the better can have a profound effect on many, many lives.
  • I've been a video game guy since I was eight years old and got my first Nintendo. I've been addicted to video games ever since.
  • It seems to me scarcely possible that one who has so long lived in sin, who has resisted so much light and has so often grieved away the Holy Spirit, as I have, should again be visited with its heavenly influences. But I hope it is so.
  • I think as long as you wear your imperfections on your sleeve, people respect it more.
  • I love to have fun and goof around and be silly, so anybody who can also do that is good for me.
  • Yes, I think I am a genius, but not a rebel.
  • I did Our Daily Bread for King and that made me popular in the Soviet Union; King was amused by that.
  • I've never believed it's a fiction writer's job to create an exact replica of the past, a diorama the reader can step right into. But it is my responsibility to learn everything of the world I'm writing about, to become an expert in the politics and history that formed my characters' identities.
  • A lot of people say I'm bent, and I've heard it so many times that I've almost learned to accept it.
  • I'm trying to broaden the scope of positive psychology well beyond the smiley face. Happiness is just one-fifth of what human beings choose to do.
  • Detroit is a city that really stands out. It's been through a very difficult time. There's been a lot of pain here, and the city, physically, has suffered. You can see it in certain neighborhoods, and there's buildings downtown that have been abandoned.
  • I'm omnivorous in my tastes, fiction and non-fiction, always several books on the go, though I'll read a novel in a day or two.
  • I think art can reflect tragedy.
  • We're highly social animals - I'm told by scientists that what makes us different from other animals is an acute social awareness, which is what has made us so successful.
  • I don't know what the future holds. All I know is, I'm good today. Real good.
  • I don't like plots. I don't know what a plot means. I can't stand the idea of anything that starts in the beginning - you know, 'beginning, middle and end.'
  • I have this beautiful antique silver wine decanter that I bought at an auction. I always pour wine from that.
  • Don't be like my mother when my father had a heart attack. My mother had never handled the finances. I don't ever want to see anybody go through that. Women shouldn't be in that position.
  • I know this is kind of corny, but we thought about renewing our vows again because I think my mom would really love it if we did that in Arkansas, where I came from.
  • I think being boring is just the worst sin of all time.
  • I don't really care for, like, fat jokes about women, specifically.
  • Increasingly, consumers don't search for products and services. Rather, services come to their attention via social media.
  • I tend to watch a little TV... Court TV, once in a while. Some of the cases I get interested in.
  • I support peace.
  • I'm a mom first.
  • I believe in supporting African solutions to African problems.
  • 'Hugo' is made in the classical style of the 1940s.
  • I saw a lot of operas from backstage and watched a lot of rehearsals - my parents were singers.
  • I slept in the bedroom used by Sabine Baring-Gould's wife when I was researching 'The Moor,' and later the Jamaica Inn on Bodmin Moor.
  • Especially in technology, we need revolutionary change, not incremental change.
  • I love watching action. I remember watching Angelina Jolie in 'Tomb Raider,' and I was like 'Wow, it's so cool when a girl can go around and kick butt.'
  • The one thing I wanted to do more than anything else was sing country music.
  • Back when I lived in Brooklyn, I'd sometimes take the Q train all the way out to Coney Island and back, and work on my laptop. There's something about pushy New Yorkers looking over your shoulder that really makes you produce sentences.
  • She had a penetrating sort of laugh. Rather like a train going into a tunnel.
  • The whole world is in my hand, and I will conquer and subjugate the world.
  • The important thing is staying together if you want to do something special.
  • A lot of times, women don't get the male perspective in regards to a relationship, what men go through when they're not really dealing well.
  • I didn't have anybody, really, no foundation in life, so I had to make my own way. Always, from the start. I had to go out in the world and become strong, to discover my mission in life.
  • For me, 'Sam & Cat' is cool because it's got this buddy-comedy aspect that 'iCarly' or 'Victorious' didn't have.
  • I'm not the kind of writer who's able to block out the world around me. I'm mindful of our own haves and have-nots, how our culture often blames and punishes the have-nots. I worry about our precarious economic and political climate.
  • It's important to remember that we evolved. Now, I know that's a dirty word for some people, but we evolved from common ancestors with the gorillas, the chimpanzee and also the bonobos. We have a common past, and we have a common future.
  • I was always proud on 'Party of Five'. We never had the biggest audience, but we had arguably the most loyal.
  • I certainly think that Southerners are tough, and I take pride in that.
  • When I come out and sing the first few bars of Bill Bailey, it's very exciting.
  • I like either skinny jeans or the ripped, casual, super-sloppy boyfriend jeans. A lot of ripped jeans. They are so early 2000, but they are so cute, I love them. I love surfer jeans, too!