Naomi Watts Quotes
I find myself gravitating towards drama. It interests me. In the books I read, the paintings I like, it's always the darker stuff.
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I cannot go to Montreal without going to Beauty's, my favorite place for breakfast, where I have the Mish-Mash omelet with hot dogs, salami, eggs, green peppers, and onions, and the best banana bread in the world. It's legendary!
It comes down to a question of attention: it's difficult to use the Net distractedly, unlike the television or the radio.
Over the years, the most ponderous problem for women has been that men think that men and women are very different. Another of our massive problems is that women also think that men and women are very different.
For comedians, we're all kind of tweeting our thoughts instead of spending time developing them. You can gauge how good a joke might be by how many times it gets retweeted, but it takes discipline to go back through the tweets and then develop jokes from them.
The next time you're driving from New York to Boston on I-95, you should make a little detour in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, to visit the Old Slater Mill national historic landmark. It's the site of what is considered to be the first successful water-powered textile spinning mill in America.
And you can't complain about kissing Emma Watson. Isn't that what everyone in the world wants to do? I've known Emma for a few years. She's this amazing capacity of young and vibrant and brilliant, but also a bright, intelligent old soul.
I realized I had been keeping people around even when deep down I knew they were bad for me. I had overridden myself.
It is not good enough for things to be planned - they still have to be done; for the intention to become a reality, energy has to be launched into operation.
I always tell people I want to see the world through His eyes, and I want people to see Him in me.
You think you choose the subjects of your books. But sometimes, in ways you don't know, the books choose you.
J. R. Moehringer
As a woman, I'm expected to want everything to be nice and to be nice myself. A very English thing. I don't design nice buildings - I don't like them. I like architecture to have some raw, vital, earthy quality.
There's an academic tradition called the 'Last Lecture.' Hypothetically, if you knew you were going to die and you had one last lecture, what would you say to your students? Well, for me, there's an elephant in the room. And the elephant in the room, for me, it wasn't hypothetical.