„Once he’d been in his twenties, looking forward. Now he was a shade past fifty, and what he looked back on was subtly less satisfactory than what he had looked forward to.“
— Agnetha Fältskog Swedish recording artist and entertainer 1950
Ask Agnetha No. 15, Agnetha Fältskog's YouTube channel (AgnethaOfficial), 16 May 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTKhvSKfMYs
— Edward Everett Hale American author and Unitarian clergyman 1822 - 1909
Context: Why were all these salutes fired, the world over? Why was every capital illuminated? Why was there a holiday given to every school? Halfholidays had been the universal custom for years before. It was simply, you see, that a tenth part of the people in the world had shown in some way worth belief that they meant — To look up and not down, To look forward and not back, To look out and not in, — and To lend a hand.
„I find that a man is as old as his work. If his work keeps him from moving forward, he will look forward with the work.“
— William Ernest Hocking American philosopher 1873 - 1966
As quoted in The Little Giant Encyclopedia of Inspirational Quotes (2005) by Wendy Toliver, p. 18.
— Anna Wintour English editor-in-chief of American Vogue 1949
In R.J. Cutler's 2009 documentary film The September Issue.
„I had a look at the keeper and I was thinking that he was a bit too much forward from his line. I tried instinctively to shoot and to hit the target. I was a bit lucky but that's what I wanted to do.“
— Olivier Giroud French footballer 1986
About his spectacular goal in the 2014 Community Shield http://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archive/20140810/giroud-on-his-community-shield-goal
„I'm looking forward, though, one day, if I'm not too old, to do a free concert in a free Cuba. That to me would be fantastic. We're looking forward to it. Well, hopefully, I mean he's [Castro] gotta go [die] sometime. He's gotta go sometime -- let's hope it's sooner [rather] than later.“
— Gloria Estefan Cuban-American singer-songwriter, actress and divorciada 1957
televised interview" (22 April 2005)
— James Van Praagh, Unfinished Business: What the Dead Can Teach Us About Life