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My own curiosity and interest are insatiable.
The bane of Americans is overwork-and the ruin of any work is a divided interest. Concentrate-concentrate. One thing at a time.
I don't take PAC money. I don't take special interest money.
I do have a romantic interest in outlasting everybody else. There's a sort of sad machismo to singer-songwriters, I think.
The search for a new personality is futile; what is fruitful is the interest the old personality can take in new activities.
Even as age humbles me it feeds my arrogance. There is still nothing that interests me as much as myself.
Michael Bassey Johnson
Don't run around looking for someone who can sexually satisfy you, run around and look for the book which will intellectually satisfy you.
Any project that I find encouraging that isn't attached to a studio, I can go to them, which I definitely would. You have to take an interest in what you do.
Michael C. Mcmillen
One of the ongoing themes of my work of interest has been the idea of the inevitably of disintegration, of entropy, constant flux of matter, and so I've done a number of pieces that have explored those ideas. In the decline, there's a lot of beauty.
I have no interest in being famous. I'd love to vanish from the public eye as soon as I can.
En mi trabajo había aprendido que cuando deseas que alguien te facilite una información y puede negarse a ello, la mejor manera de intentarlo es con una petición algo más que educada.
Why should conservationists have a positive interest in... farming? There are lots of reasons, but the plainest is: Conservationists eat.
I was strongly encouraged by a science teacher who took an interest in me and presented me with a key to the laboratory to allow me to work whenever I wanted.
I do not believe it possible for one to genuinely love Truth more than people (or vice versa). One might fall into the snare of loving the search more than people, or the pride of having exposed something or someone, but not the truth itself. For if you love Truth you love people; because to love people at all and without illusion, you must also love the truth about them.
Confidence is a reduction of your own interest in whether others are thinking about you and if so, what they're thinking.
ISTPs have a vested interest in practical and applied science, especially in the field of mechanics.
I do not define my job in any rigid terms but in terms of having the flexibility to what seems to me to be in the best interests of the company at any times.
John F. Kerry
I'm motivated by my passion for our basic values, protecting our interests, and for protecting the future.
Curiosity is often mistaken as Love, Since they both have the common elements of Interest and Passion
A voter always knows how much to vote for.
I am not an oligarch. I am a servant and I try to align my interests and those of my investors.
Ask me about my complete lack of interest. (T-shirt)
By the time you establish your priorities, there really isn't any fun or need to interest yourself in what you're doing. And this I find disastrous.
Our real interest starts with our neighbors... the future is about regional economies.
All stories interest me, and some haunt me until I end up writing them.
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Nature has lent us life at interest, like money, and has fixed no day for its payment.
Honesty and interest are as intimately connected in the public as in the private code of morality.
Whenever a really passionate, talented filmmaker seems to have an interest in me, I take it very seriously because I like to work.
Acknowledge that a more closely integrated Europe is no longer an unqualified American interest.
I started studying law, but this I could stand just for one semester. I couldn't stand more. Then I studied languages and literature for two years. After two years I passed an examination with the result I have a teaching certificate for Latin and Hungarian for the lower classes of the gymnasium, for kids from 10 to 14. I never made use of this teaching certificate. And then I came to philosophy, physics, and mathematics. In fact, I came to mathematics indirectly. I was really more interested in physics and philosophy and thought about those. It is a little shortened but not quite wrong to say: I thought I am not good enough for physics and I am too good for philosophy. Mathematics is in between.
Don't ally your personal interests with the development of the company.
True leadership is servanthood. Put the interests of others at the center of your decisions.
Trends don't interest me.
But we were doing plays and movies which I had nothing to do with other than being a producer, and I don't have that kind of interest or time any more.
The life of the enemy . Whoever lives for the sake of combating an enemy has an interest in the enemy's staying alive.
Increase in me that wisdom Which discovers my truest interest, Strengthen my resolution To perform that which wisdom dictates.
Suspicion is a Virtue, if in the interests of the good of the people.
I have argued that this sort of thinking is problematic in at least two regards: First, the notion that nonhuman animals do not have an interest in continued existence—that they do not have an interest in their lives—involves relying on a speciesist concept of what sort of self-awareness matters morally. I have argued that every sentient being necessarily has an interest in continued existence—every sentient being values her or his life—and that to say that only those animals (human animals) who have a particular sort of self-awareness have an interest in not being treated as commodities begs the fundamental moral question. Even if, as some maintain, nonhuman animals live in an “eternal present”—and I think that is empirically not the case at the very least for most of the nonhumans we routinely exploit who do have memories of the past and a sense of the future—they have, in each moment, an interest in continuing to exist. To say that this does not count morally is simply speciesist. Second, even if animals do not have an interest in continuing to live and only have interests in not suffering, the notion that, as a practical matter, we will ever be able to accord those interests the morally required weight is simply fantasy. The notion that we property owners are ever going to accord any sort of significant weight to the interests of property in not suffering is simply unrealistic. Is it possible in theory? Yes. Is it possible as a matter of practicality in the real world. Absolutely not. Welfarists often talk about treating “farmed animals” in the way that we treat dogs and cats whom we love and regard as members of our family. Does anyone really think that is practically possible? The fact that we would not think of eating our dogs and cats is some indication that it is not.
Photography is not about costly cameras'. It's about your huge passion and little interest in innovation.
I have an excuse to show off my love of history, and my interest in cosmology.
Only love interests me, and I am only in contact with things that revolve around love.
It always interests me how obsessed people are about age.
A heart favours love, a head favours work, a heart and head both favours hobby.
How can you not be involved? These are your times, your world, even if those events are on the other side of it. And as for the narrative--you are a part of that, for better or for worse, whether the grey inexorable economic inevitabilities--recessions and recoveries and having less money or more--or the grand perilous global story.
My interest in astronomy has been replaced by my fascination with the biological damage that occurs in very high altitude workers.
The Enlightened one (Gnani Purush) never wastes his time in counting money; focus of the awareness of the self (upayog) is wasted in doing this. One's focused awareness (upayog) is where he has ‘interest’!
If you like it, it’s not work.
The question is not whether you have a right to render people miserable, but whether it is not in your best interest to make them happy.
After September 11, the European governments have completely failed. They are incapable of seeing beyond their own national scope of interests.
Alain De Botton
Once I began to consider everything as being of potential interest, objects released latent layers of value.