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I'm from a working-class background, and I've experienced that worry of not having a job next week because the unions are going on strike.
What would I do with money? I have enough for my needs. I don't want any more. If I had a lot, I would have to care for it, worry about it.
The health-care law, irrespective of how people feel about the aims of it - and obviously I don't agree with Obamacare - but the worry that some businesses have about how the law will impact their bottom line has made people more apprehensive about expanding and growing their business in the 21st century.
I don't really worry about the size of the part much any more. It's nice to have more time to work on the character, and to have big scenes to play. But if there's something playable there, and if it's interesting to do, then that's nice.
At the start, I had no idea to go into fashion, because I thought people would think I was stupid. I don't worry about those things anymore.
Every time you work is a challenge. There's a constant worry about it, and it's a side of acting I don't like.
To be allowed for the first time in your later career to play leading parts in extremely popular movies is not a situation to worry about.
I don't worry about what my opponent is doing.
I just worry because I know I say a lot, often. It doesn't bother me, it's more about the people that get affected around me.
You always worry before your movie opens that no one is going to come out.
Oh, I'll be forgotten too, don't worry.
Politicians really worry about being politically correct.
You want to put the fire out first and then worry about the fire code.
It can be very frustrating and very deflating to be constantly defined and described by other people, so I've stopped reading anything written about me, and I find it much healthier. I just sort of concentrate on what I do and don't worry too much about that.
I don't have to worry No matter what they do to it, it works.
Liberals worry that what's best for the individual might not be better for the public at large. But that philosophy assumes something vicious about each and every one of us. It assumes we only care about ourselves.
I'm from a working-class background, and I've experienced that worry of not having a job next week because the unions are going on strike. I know that because I don't come from a wealthy background.
You live in this shadow that you're going to burn in Hell until you're saved. And I still worry about it a little. I don't believe in Heaven, but I do still fear Hell.
I just want to continue to grow, as an actor, and dig. Hopefully, one day, I'll lose myself in a role. My only worry about that is that I just want to be able to come back home. I don't want to get lost forever. That scares me.
But I never worried about having a child in my 40s, which is unusual - normally, I'm the queen of worry.
It's nice not to have to worry about constituents.
I'm not going to worry about the Cure slipping down into the second division; it doesn't bother me because I never expected to be in the first division anyway.
Unfortunately, the American policy towards Pakistan is just to worry and express concern, and that is not a clear policy at all.
I worry about my voice 24/7 when I'm on tour. It's like a pitcher and his arm. It's constantly the thing that my whole life revolves around.
Don't worry about what others say about your music. Pursue whatever you are hearing... but if everybody really hates your music maybe you could try some different approaches.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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