Anais Nin // "We don't see things as they are. We see things as we are."
Frank Lloyd Wright // "A vital difference between the professional man and a man of business is that money making to the professional man should...be incidental; to the businessman it is primary. Money has its limitations; while it may buy quantity, there is something beyond it and that is quality."
Tom Hardy // "You know, I think anybody who has a dream to do something, that dream will keep you warm in the coldest of nights. You know what I mean? When you’re like most lonely…that dream needs to be nurtured and cultivated so, even if you never speak to another person again in your life, that thing, that dream has to keep you company. So I would pour everything into that dream."
Julie Delpy // "I’m an adaptable nomad...my roots are inside of me."
Nelson Mandela // "There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered."
Marco Pierre White // "I can't imagine anything worse than trying to impress... To be honest, I'm always impressing myself, not other people."
Auguste Rodin // “The more simple we are, the more complete we become.”
Janis Joplin // "To be true to myself, to be the person that was on the inside of me, and not play games. That's what I'm trying to do mostly in the whole world, is to not bullshit myself and not bullshit anybody else."
Andrei Tarkovsky // "I think I'd like to say only that they should learn to be alone and try to spend as much time as possible by themselves. I think one of the faults of young people today is that they try to come together around events that are noisy, almost aggressive at times. This desire to be together in order to not feel alone is an unfortunate symptom, in my opinion. Every person needs to learn...how to spend time with oneself. That doesn't mean he should be lonely, but that he shouldn't grow bored with himself because people who grow bored in their own company seem to me in danger, from a self-esteem point of view."