Kate Dickie quotes

  • I would love to study cultures and people.
    -- Kate Dickie

    #People #Culture #Study

  • I turn into a crying, hysterical maniac when I see a spider. It's pathetic.
    -- Kate Dickie

    #Spiders #Cry #Hysterical

  • I hate going into a room with people in it and the feeling of them staring. I find every moment excruciating.
    -- Kate Dickie

    #Hate #People #Feelings

  • I'm usually in jammies and slippers by 8 P.M.
    -- Kate Dickie

    #Slippers #Jammies

  • I've been angst-ridden all my life, but finally I'm in a place where things don't matter so much.
    -- Kate Dickie

    #Matter #Angst

  • I don't feel drawn to lightness, I need something more. I feel that - oh, I hate saying this, it sounds so wanky - but I feel a real urge to give voices to people we don't usually hear from in real life.
    -- Kate Dickie

    #Hate #Real #Voice

  • There are always reasons for people's behaviour, and it's easy just to dismiss them and assume that we already know their story, especially if they're no good at showing their emotions. Life gives you all these knocks, it's so easy to form a shell to protect yourself. I've done it myself.
    -- Kate Dickie

    #People #Giving #Behaviour

  • God does not so much want us to do things as to let people see what He can do.

  • Once a leader delegates, he should show utmost confidence in the people he has entrusted.

  • There are a lot of people who know me who can't understand for the life of them why I would got to work on something as unserious as baseball. If they only knew.

  • Money has no color. If you can build a better mousetrap, it won't matter whether you're black or white. People will buy it.

  • The university is our culture's assertion that what is made by the mind has value and can convey values.

  • The Civic Culture (and The Civic Culture Revisited) remains the best study of comparative political culture in our time.

  • The exclusion of true esoteric religion has been the business of the State since ancient times. At first this was done via the establishment of the popular idealism of exoteric religious institutions in league with the State. But in modern times the same process is done by the strategic exclusion of conventional religious cultism, mystical idealism, and higher evolutionary Wisdom from the mechanisms of popular culture.

  • My theory was that what I had to do was make a study of human behavior.

  • I'm always studying my craft because I want to be the best at what I do.

  • Every blade of grass is a study; and to produce two, where there was but one, is both a profit and a pleasure.