„Perhaps this is how you know you're doing the thing you're intended to: No matter how slow or how slight your progress, you never feel that it's a waste of time.“

Fonte: The Man of My Dreams

Curtis Sittenfeld photo
Curtis Sittenfeld18
Novelist, short story writer 1975

Citações relacionadas

Chuck Palahniuk photo
Stephen King photo
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn photo
Steven Wright photo
Diane Arbus photo
Anne Sexton photo
Anne Bancroft photo

„If you marry the wrong person for the wrong reasons, then no matter how hard you work, it's never going to work, because then you have to completely change yourself, completely change them, completely — by that time, you're both dead.“

—  Anne Bancroft American actress 1931 - 2005

On successful marriage. Associated Press interview (1997).
Contexto: First of all, you have to marry the right person. If you marry the wrong person for the wrong reasons, then no matter how hard you work, it's never going to work, because then you have to completely change yourself, completely change them, completely — by that time, you're both dead. So I think you have to marry for the right reasons, and marry the right person.

Noel Gallagher photo
Michael Jackson photo

„How does it feel,
When you're alone and you're cold inside?“

—  Michael Jackson American singer, songwriter and dancer 1958 - 2009

Stranger In Moscow
HIStory: Past, Present & Future, Book I (1995)

Sylvia Plath photo
Wayne W. Dyer photo
Andy Warhol photo
Ray Bradbury photo
Bill Hybels photo
Harry Harlow photo

„Because that's how it feels when you're depressed.“

—  Harry Harlow American psychologist 1905 - 1981

when challenged on the design of his "vertical chamber apparatus".
as quoted in Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection, by Deborah Blum, Perseus Publishing, 2002

Irene Dunne photo

„You have no idea how it feels to know that you've cut someone to the quick. I'll never do it again, never, never.“

—  Irene Dunne American actress 1898 - 1990

Preofections - Irene Dunne, by Elizabth Wilson; Silver Screen (November 1936) http://www.irenedunnesite.com/press/silver-screen-november-1936/.

Nina Simone photo
Ingmar Bergman photo
Tomas Kalnoky photo

„Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Etiam egestas wisi a erat. Morbi imperdiet, mauris ac auctor dictum.“