„Maybe what we really want is for our children to be the dominant ones! Maybe I'm trying to see my own ambitions fulfilled in them, and that would be wrong, so I should be content with what they are.“
— Deb Caletti, The Secret Life of Prince Charming
„There is no fulfillment in things whatsoever. And I think one of the reasons that depression reigns supreme amongst the rich and famous is some of them thought that maybe those things would bring them happiness. But what, in fact, does is having a cause, having a passion. And that's really what gives life's true meaning.“
— Ben Carson 17th and current United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; American neurosurgeon 1951
"Famed Surgeon Ben Carson on Overcoming Adversity" http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4633158, National Public Radio (May 6, 2005)
„Do you love me?
I love you. I don't know if I trust you.
Maybe you shouldn't do either.
Maybe I'm the one who should decide!“
— Joss Whedon American director, writer, and producer for television and film 1964
„I think the important thing is maybe allow the fans to see what they want to see. We don't want to put anyone into a corner where it's like—So other people feel like they're not represented.“
— Lauren Montgomery artist 1980
20 July 2018 interview by The Geekery alongside Joaquim Dos at SDCC 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-ko0gP_hqY&t=1m15s when asked "How do Shiro and Adam identify in their sexuality? Are they bisexual, gay?"
— Nicholas Sparks, Safe Haven
Katie, Chapter 29, p. 236
„I would like to tell them, the graduates, all of this, and I know that if we thought they would not be embarrassed by hearing it, we would all be telling them about how proud we are of them and how much we believe in them and their future. But again maybe we don't have to tell them; maybe they know. Maybe they can tell just by seeing the love in our eyes today. “
— Mario Cuomo American politician, Governor of New York 1932 - 2015
„See, if evolution is true, who owns the world? Who makes the rules? How do we decide right from wrong? If man is God, and that's what humanism means, there is no absolute standard. How do you tell right from wrong? I mean, maybe Osama Bin Laden should tell right from wrong for everybody. Maybe congress should decide. Maybe Bill Clinton ought to decide. "Right and wrong? Never heard of that before." How do you tell right from wrong? Where are the rules?“
— Kent Hovind American young Earth creationist 1953