Albert Einstein Quotes
Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.
Quotes from other Authors
People are starting to go on about my weight but I'm not going to change my size because they don't like the way I look.
As we grow up in more technology-enriched environments filled with laptops and smart phones, technology is not just becoming a part of our daily lives - it's becoming a part of each and every one of us.
We never could have performed live for an hour and a half every week if we were doing drugs.
My career divides in two: before and after 9/11. In the first part I was trying to show that Islam is relevant to political concerns. If you want to understand Muslims, I argued, you need to understand the role of Islam in their lives. Now that seems obvious.
Quentin and I were constantly finding something new that we had in common and comic books were one of them. I think we were talking about comic books much earlier in our relationship, before I had the part.
America may be the best country in the world, but that's kind of like being the valedictorian of summer school.
In terms of publicity and interviews, well, it's really hard in this modern world to keep a sense of mystery.
My way of dealing with the world has always been to make fun of it and observe it but not take part in it. That's how I became a writer. But when you have kids, suddenly you have to be part of things. It leads almost to a breakdown because your whole defense mechanism is now really destructive.
Whether you are a twelve-year-old princess or a twelve-year-old regular kid, you need to know you are loved and respected.
Believe it or not, there's a lot of humor in 'Mad Men.' Especially in the dark moments.
I think the players win the championship, and the organization has something to do with it, don't get me wrong. But don't try to put the organization above the players.
The relations between rhetoric and ethics are disturbing: the ease with which language can be twisted is worrisome, and the fact that our minds accept these perverse games so docilely is no less cause for concern.
You see thousands of films you forget the minute you come out of the cinema, don't you? Because they don't mean anything. It's the tough ones like 'Breaking the Waves' and 'Nil By Mouth' that stay with you, that you never forget. I'd like to leave a few of those behind if possible.