Albert Einstein Quotes
Never lose a holy curiosity.
Quotes from other Authors
Nothing beats a private visit to Number Ten or Chequers to take the wind out of rebellious sails.
The most perfect political community is one in which the middle class is in control, and outnumbers both of the other classes.
I feel very, very grateful. I'm a lucky guy, you need a lot of luck, and then when the cameras roll, you have to have this group of writers, directors, and actors that just gel, and it seems to literally be happening more and more.
A scuffed up shoe on the red carpet or at a big premiere is never okay! It can really alter the vibe of a trendy look.
I think we are all coming to realize the web in all its manifestations is a sucking time hole.
With my son, I work very hard to keep him away from the press and media and I want an opportunity for him to lead as normal a life as possible.
When we reach reflexively for something to dull an ache inside of us, in that very moment of reaching, we are hiding from our pain. We're storing it away. Tamping it down.
V-J Day, or Victory in Japan Day, marks the date of the Japanese surrender that ended fighting in the Pacific.
'The Christmas Song,' by Nat King Cole, is not only a masterful performance; to me it just sounds like the holidays. I've never sung it, because Nat's version is so perfect. I gotta leave it alone.
Harry Connick Jr.
Let us believe neither half of the good people tell us of ourselves, nor half the evil they say of others.
I can watch endless humans get killed, but if I see a movie and they kill a dog, I practically want to walk out.
Kristin Bauer van Straten
I've been writing a lot, I've a few projects I'm trying to finance, I do some acting, I do some directing... Apart from that, if I could get lower that a ten handicap on my golf game I'd be thrilled.
Paul Michael Glaser
Anyone, without exception, can know God if they really want to simply by praying, by honestly telling Him that they want to know Him. He always responds to honest seekers. Jesus promised, 'All who seek, find.'
History is what we bring to it, not just the events themselves, but how we interpret those events.