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I really don't like going out anymore. I used to love it, but now it's not fun. I'd rather have friends come over and hot have to worry about crazy people taking pictures.
My only worry about tweeting and modern technology is how it has crept into even the darkest corners of the absolute global village we live in.
When you don't have much money, you worry that they'll just put you in the ground someplace and your loved ones won't know where you are.
B. B. King
You're a person a lot longer before and after you're a professional athlete. People always say to me, 'Your image is this, your image is that.' Your image isn't your character. Character is what you are as a person. That's what I worry about.
For me it's important to be in balance. To not let fear get in the way of things, to not worry so much about protecting yourself all the time.
When I was born, some of our relatives came to our house and told my mother, 'Don't worry, next time you will have a son.'
No matter what, your parents are going to worry about you. I had a tour bus, and my mother still thought I was broke. Remember: It's your life, not theirs. Just because your parents sent you to college doesn't mean they bought the rest of your life.
You don't worry about being liked. You have to be yourself.
I never worry about the problem. I worry about the solution.
If I ran into a 19-year-old version of myself, I'd just tell her to live, full out. I might also tell her to go ahead and have a few babies and not worry about the timing of it.
I do worry about the expectation to look a certain way.
I am a free man. I do not need to copy Petrarca or Boccaccio. My own genius is enough. Let others worry themselves about style, and so cease to be themselves. Without a master, without a model, without a guide, I go to work and earn my living, my well-being and my fame.
I'm a pragmatist. I think, as a woman, you have to be more careful. You have to be more communal, you have to say yes to more things than men, you have to worry about things that men don't have to worry about. But once we get enough women into leadership, we can break stereotypes down. If you lead, you get to decide.
I worry from the moment I take a job. I worry about how I'm going to do it, if I can do it... Then I walk on set and the director says, 'Roll', and all of a sudden, all of it disappears and it's all happening, and I relax, and I'm doing what I do, and I'm not even thinking about it.
You don't only worry about the people who hate or resent you; in a way, you're more worried about the people who love you.
The good thing about not being drop-dead gorgeous is that as time passes, I don't have much to worry about. I have friends who are actors and every day they look in the mirror with trepidation.
We never worry about the big things, just the small things.
I'm the one who will take chances, not worry about the backlash.
The only way I'd worry about the weather is if it snows on our side of the field and not theirs.
You see people in the left lane, and as long as they are on the speed limit, they stay there. Get in the right lane and let people pass you - let the police worry about somebody who wants to speed. Don't force them pass in the right lane and zig zag, which can create an accident, just because you think you're correct.
Most Americans don't think about antitrust law when they look at their cable bill, flip channels on TV, or worry about what their favorite website knows about them. But they should.
Worry compounds the futility of being trapped on a dead-end street. Thinking opens new avenues.
I'm not a kid. You don't get in this business for anonymity. It's not like I have posters of myself on the wall, but at the same time, I'm kind of ready for a little bit of it, but I worry for my little one, and my family - their privacy. That's what I'm more protective of.
Anything I learned was just work hard, just keep working and don't worry about the outside stuff. Whatever happens will happen.
A lot of older parents worry about being older parents. I hear people say, 'I don't want to be too old to play baseball with my son.' They worry that their kids will be embarrassed by their parents' age.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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