Camille Saint-Saens quotes

  • There's the South Pole, said Christopher Robin, and I expect there's an East Pole and a West Pole, though people don't like talking about them.

  • Talking to Yogi Berra about baseball is like talking to Homer about the Gods.

  • When I'm in the process of making a movie I'm not thinking about the finished result, and whether people have to see it once or more than once, and what the reaction to it will be. I just make it, and then I live with the consequences, some of which may not be as pleasant as I'd like! I know one thing, however. Many viewers may come out of the theater not satisfied, but they won't be able to forget the movie. I know they'll be talking about it during their next dinner. I want them to be a little restless about my movies, and keep trying to find something in them.

  • I, talking about my children, of course I wanted them to succeed in life, they have to choose whatever job or occupation that they want, I will not try to influence.

  • There's no conversation more boring than talking about what it's really like to live in Newport and how the show compares to the real thing. I just don't care.

  • With the amount of money I have, it's difficult raising children the way I was raised.

  • Some things are difficult to adapt to.

  • He thought: How difficult it is to explain yourself to yourself. Sometimes there only is, and no knowing.

  • Heroism is accessible. Happiness is more difficult.

  • It will be seen that the formula - 'Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law' has nothing to do with 'Do as you please.' It is much more difficult to comply with the Law of Thelema than to follow out slavishly a set of dead regulations.