L'Wren Scott Quotes
I think everyone evolves over the years, but I have always had the silhouette that I know suits me. I am never going to wear a frothy, poufy thing that sticks out because I have found a style that works for me, and I stick with it.
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I have the greatest love for the rituals of organised religion - the sense of community and belonging it can confer to people. But me, I'm more a questioner than a follower; not by whim or fashion, but as a decision painfully arrived at after much, much thought.
But with nonfiction, the task is very straightforward: Do the research, tell the story.
Ryan Gosling's, like, my crush, but I don't really pay attention to his personal style.
You know, you don't expect everyone to be as educated as everyone else or have the same achievements, but you expect at least to be offered at least some of the opportunities, and libraries are the most simple and the most open way to give people access to books.
When I was very young I was the ugly duckling. I had a lot of complexes. My sister was wonderful and I was nothing.
How can something that's 95% water be so divisive? Alone among vegetables, the poor, innocent stick of celery elicits the most vicious attacks.
When you're 21, you think, 'Oh God, when I'm 36, oh God, that's nearly 40 and I'll look really old and wrinkly by then.' And actually, I quite like the way I look.
Having achieved and accomplished love... man... has become himself, his tale is told.
D. H. Lawrence
Jordan has to show the Arab world that there's another way of doing things. We're a monarchy, yes, but if we can show democracy that leads to a two-, three-, four-party system - left, right and center - in a couple of years' time, then the Muslim Brotherhood will no longer be something to contend with.
Abdullah II of Jordan
I think, I think we need a Republican president from the real world to remind ourselves sometimes of what we need to do.
I grew up on 'Lost.' I was 17 when I started, and I did it for four or five years, on and off.
I've always felt that a person's intelligence is directly reflected by the number of conflicting points of view he can entertain simultaneously on the same topic.