"Need" Sayings and Quotes
I'm not really worried about the flashy stuff. I don't got chains and cars. I spend what I need to spend. It doesn't faze me.
Bores can be divided into two classes; those who have their own particular subject, and those who do not need a subject.
For though we often need to be restored to the small, concrete, limited, and certain, we as often need to be reminded of the large, vague, unlimited, unknown.
Your inner voice is the voice of divinity. To hear it, we need to be in solitude, even in crowded places.
You know, Democratic and Republican administrations alike have supported individuals and regimes that have slaughtered millions across the globe. And they need to be held accountable for that.
With this film, 'Need For Speed,' with this, we had a blank canvas to work with. What we had to do was have fast cars, and that's it.
Playing the quarterback position, there are so many things you need to master that improvement ends up taking place on graduated levels.
Good supporters who have single daughters say, 'Hey, you need to take my daughter out.' And it's awkward.
In any business, there are facilities that excel at what they do and others that need improvement and further training.
We need a reasonable price where producers will not start nagging. At a reasonable price, we can invest to produce more oil.
Sometimes there are customers who get in difficulty because of situations that are out of their control. These are customers with genuine needs, and the role of the bank is to accommodate these customers, and there is a real need to reschedule the loans of these customers.
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In my off-time, I do record. Once in a while, I'll just go into the studio if there's a really good song that I have in my head and want to do. I think, as artists, you're constantly in creative motion. If I stopped writing songs, then that's a part of me that would stop in my life, and I need constant motion.
The roles that have come into my life have taught me - and in that time period maybe I didn't even know it, but whatever came up or whatever it is that you have to express at that time, has benefitted me in a particular way.
Covering the civil-rights movement was a mind- and eye-opener for me. Houston was a segregated society, as was Texas as a whole - some of it by law, a lot of it by fear and tradition. But there was no violence where I lived, and if there was hate, it was either concealed from me or I just didn't recognize it.
All you can do is be your best self. I've always felt that I had to be that much more aware of how I present myself. I'm representing more than just me. I think every person should think that way.
It's dangerous to read the Internet about yourself when you're me. Or when you're anyone in the public eye.