I Still Believe Quotes by Ramez Naam, Leslie Pietrzyk, Carole King, Helen Mirren, Rufus Wainwright, Joni Mitchell and many others.
I was much more of a naГЇve techno-optimist than I am now. I still believe that technology can help us come out of this situation with a richer humanity with less impact on the planet, but now I think it has to be paired with effective policy in order to achieve that.
My only obligation as a fiction writer is to the story, to make it good, so good the busy reader doesn’t feel that flipping those pages was a waste of time. And I still believe that.
I still believe that everyone is beautiful in some way and by seeing the beauty in others we make ourselves more beautiful.
I remember thinking, when I was in my early 30s, that this is the best age to be, and I still believe your 30s are a wonderful time.
I still believe that love is the most powerful force in the world, even though I am yet to experience it fully.
I still believe in the power of the word, that words inspire.
I still believe that music is healing to some extent.
I still believe one of the most important choices is how we treat others. What good does it do you to build a huge muscular, impressive body if you are small and underdeveloped on the inside?В IвЂ™ve always felt that success begins on the inside and reaching our true potential gets blocked when we are small-spirited.
I guess I’m not jaded because I still believe that there are good films out there, and there are great directors, and there are great writers. It just takes a little bit more perseverance and a little bit more time to find [them].
My final comment is that I still believe this man [John D. Rockefeller] is corrupt and he used unfair ways to become wealthy, all he cared about was his money and wasn’t considered.
I always said God was against art and I still believe it. Anything obscene or trivial is blessed in this world and has a reward – I ask for no reward – only to live & to hear my work.
I still believe in peace, love and understanding.
When I was younger, I dreaded having to write. I would find every possible excuse not to sit down at the typewriter (this was a long time ago). As I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned to enjoy putting sentences together, though I still believe that writing, unlike sex, is always better after you’re through.
I still believe in rock and roll, it pays my bills.
I still believe that you truly find yourself not in travel, but in other human souls.
In the future, I want to be consistent from Day 1. We’re still making adjustments. I still believe that I can be better.
I still believe pattern fascinates on its own. And three-sevenths of a pattern, or even a smaller fragment, can fascinate still more–get us really hunkering down, trying to tease out the whole of the figure in the carpet.