One of my favorite things
One of my favorite things in books is watching someone make the mistake. You know it’s going to happen. You keep thinking: ‘Don’t do it!’ But of course they’re going to do it. It’s riveting. You learn through them that it’s okay. It’s the ecstatic fall, where you watch someone make that terrible decision, and there’s such pleasure in it.
– Holly Black
- Fall is my favorite season in Los Angeles, watching the birds change color and fall from the trees. – David Letterman
- There are three types of baseball players: those who make it happen, those who watch it happen, and those who wonder what happens. – Tommy Lasorda
- It’s a risk, but I’m sort of ready to let go of thinking of movies as books that you can watch. The notion of, ‘If I put the narrative blocks in the right order, this will solve all of my storytelling problems.’ No, it won’t, and you end up with little more than books on
- Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
- There are things that we don’t want to happen but have to accept, things we don’t want to know but have to learn, and people we can’t live without but have to let go. – Author Unknown
- If I could have a Barbie body, which has no cellulite, I totally would. I would like to have a flatter stomach, but that won’t happen either. That is never going to happen. No matter how much weight I lose, my stomach, below the belly button, always pooches out. – Holly Madison
- For Black Label Special Opps, adversity is what you thrive on. General Patton is a huge fan favorite in Black Label. – Zakk Wylde
- I’m terrible with my workout regime and following it strictly. I’m terrible with a healthy diet and following it strictly. I’m terrible on the weekends about getting up at reasonable hours and all of those things. But, when it comes to my work and the discipline it takes to get to work on time –
- Don’t keep crying because of a mistake. Learn from it and move on. Stop blaming yourself over things you have no control over.
- “Don’t confuse poor decision-making with destiny. Own your mistakes. It’s ok; we all make them. Learn from them so they can empower you!” – Steve Maraboli