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It only takes a politician believing in what he says for the others to stop believing him.
When I was doing theater, I was very successful at believing that I was great, God's gift to the theater.
Perhaps believing in good design is like believing in God, it makes you an optimist.
To get a child's trust - you may know or not - is a very hard thing to do. They're so used to not believing adults - because adults tell tales and lies all the time.
What is faith? If you believe something because you have evidence for it, or rational argument, that is not faith. So faith seems to be believing something despite the absence of evidence or rational argument for it.
I warn you against believing that advertising is a science.
The world presents enough problems if you believe it to be a world of law and order; do not add to them by believing it to be a world of miracles.
Louis D. Brandeis
I came of age believing that, no matter what happened, I would always be able to support myself.
William J. Clinton
I don't know what I would have done without believing in God. His support gives me power and energy to continue to be optimistic, to smile, not to be depressed. Sometimes, if things are not going so well, I don't cry. I say maybe it's meant to be.
I grew up believing that I was fundamentally powerless.
After believing in promises made and never fulfilled by Labour, people have become increasingly disenchanted with the process assuming that all politicians will say anything to gain power, and then never follow through.
It is as absurd to argue men, as to torture them, into believing.
John Henry Newman
I have no business being a journalist. I'm the least, I'm the least - I'm the most trusting, I absolutely make a habit of believing anything that anybody tells me about themselves. I've never had any reason in the world to think that anyone has wanted to harm me, or lie to me. I believe whatever is being sold, most of the time.
Do we talk about the dignity of work? Do we give our students any reason for believing it is worthwhile to sacrifice for their work because such sacrifices improve the psychological and mental health of the person who makes them?
A lot of people these days are not music lovers - they just want to be famous which is a very different thing to what I grew up believing in.
The greatest fear that haunts this city is a suitcase bomb, nuclear or germ. Many people carry small gas masks. The masses here seem to be resigned to the inevitable, believing an attack of major proportions will happen.
Big women do themselves a disservice when they attempt to become the Righteous Fat (the Righteous Thin are bad enough, all that running around and sweating, somehow believing it means anything).
To believe that one, or even three, mates can supply all the things one needs from one's friends is as stupid as believing married couples must do everything together.
I don't think you can spend too much time as an artist believing what other people think.
People who create 20% of the results will begin believing they deserve 80% of the rewards.
It's easy to fall into the trap of believing all the hype that's written about you... Who knows? In a couple of years, you might find me in the loony bin!
I grew up believing my sister was from the planet Neptune and had been sent down to Earth to kill me.
I grew up under Thatcher. I grew up believing that I was fundamentally powerless. Then gradually over the years it occurred to me that this was actually a very convenient myth for the state.
Losing both parents at a young age gave me a sense that you can't really control life - so you'd better live it while it's here. I stopped believing in a storybook existence a long time ago. All you can do is push in a direction and see what comes of it.
The public knows that human beings are fallible. Only people blinded by ideology fall into the trap of believing in their own infallibility.
So it was a thing that my mother always taught me to go for your goals and never give up no matter what they are, and I started believing that later on in life.
Michael Clarke Duncan
Bravery is believing in yourself, and that thing nobody can teach you.
There is this stereotype of Icelanders all believing in spirits, and I've played up to that a bit in interviews.
Believing that our greatest need is for the general public to be able to get better information, to have an opportunity to learn better the real issues of the less fortunate, we centered the activities of the Fairness Project on that.
The best mistake I ever made was believing that I was stupid. It was a childhood thing, but it played out big-time as an adult. It scorned me the rest of my life - in a good way.
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