Lizabeth Scott quotes

  • One can overlook stupidity, until it evolves into malice.
    -- Lizabeth Scott

    #Stupidity #Evolve #Malice

  • There's no point putting your heart and soul into a part when you know in advance it isn't worth the trouble. I'm not speaking as a dedicated actress. Enthusiasm and hard work are requisites for any job a person undertakes. I tried working just for money once and it made me almost physically ill.
    -- Lizabeth Scott

    #Jobs #Hard Work #Heart

  • Cooking is a great way to get back in touch with things that brought us comfort.
    -- Lizabeth Scott

    #Cooking #Comfort #Way

  • Have you ever noticed it for some reason you want to feel completely out of step with the rest of the world, the only thing to do is sit around a cocktail lounge for the afternoon?
    -- Lizabeth Scott

    #Afternoon #World #Want

  • A prosperous fool is a grievous burden.

  • Summer-induced stupidity. That was the diagnosis...

  • War means blind obedience, unthinking stupidity, brutish callousness, wanton destruction, and irresponsible murder.

  • Forget luxury; as a great company you have to keep evolving.

  • To sustain longevity, you have to evolve.

  • Whatever God there is is slowly eliminating the guts and alimentary system from the human being, to evolve a higher, more spiritual being.

  • Malice is poisoned by her own venom.

  • One can overlook stupidity, until it evolves into malice.

  • Malice is of the boomerang character, and is apt to turn upon the projector.

  • The malice of the wicked was reinforced by the weakness of the virtuous.