Quotes 91 till 105 of 228.
American author of novels, short stories, plays and screenplays 1923-19990
I want to keep my dreams, even bad ones, because without them, I might have nothing all night long.
American feminist writer 1934-0
I want to say to you that there is life and dreams and surprises after 30-and 40, and 50, and 60, and 77! Believe me, life is one long surprise.
Italian Author, Playwright 1867-19360
I would love to spend all my time writing to you; I'd love to share with you all that goes through my mind, all that weighs on my heart, all that gives air to my soul; phantoms of art, dreams that would be so beautiful if they could come true.
American producer 1901-19660
I'd say it's been my biggest problem all my life... it's money. It takes a lot of money to make these dreams come true.
American musician 1941-0
I'll let you be in my dreams if I can be in yours.
Source: Talkin’ World War III Blues
American author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and life coach 1960-0
I've continued to recognize the power individuals have to change virtually anything and everything in their lives in an instant. I've learned that the resources we need to turn our dreams into reality are within us, merely waiting for the day when we decide to wake up and claim our birthright.
I've had a life where things have worked out for me beyond my wildest dreams, and my brother's had just the opposite.
I've learned in the little bit of my life so far that you can't fool people. And so I only tell people what I think about: my ambitions, my dreams, what inspires me.
Ideas are all around you - everything gives you ideas. But the real source is the part of your brain that dreams.
If a man dreams that he has committed a sin before which the sun hid his face, it is often safe to conjecture that, in sheer forgetfulness, he wore a red tie, or brown boots with evening dress.
If dreams are like movies, then memories are films about ghosts.
Henry David Thoreau
American writer 1817-18620
If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.
American author 1819-18910
If some books are deemed most baneful and their sale forbid, how, then, with deadlier facts, not dreams of doting men? Those whom books will hurt will not be proof against events. Events, not books, should be forbid.
If we, citizens, do not support our artists, then we sacrifice our imagination on the altar of crude reality and we end up believing in nothing and having worthless dreams.Source: Het leven van Pi p.11
French sociologist, philosopher and cultural theorist 1929-20070
If you are prepared to accept the consequences of your dreams then you must still regard America today with the same naive enthusiasm as the generations that discovered the New World.