Bradley Wiggins quotes

  • Think of negative speech as verbal pollution. And that's what I've been doing: visualizing insults and gossip as a dark cloud, maybe one with some sulfur dioxide. Once you've belched it out, you can't take it back. As grandma said, if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. The interesting this is, the less often I vocalize my negative thoughts, the fewer negative thoughts I cook up in the first place.

  • No one pays me to be nice.

  • I had a nice read on the putt and I said to myself, 'This is for you, Jesus, ' and knocked it in.

  • His faith, perhaps, in some nice tenets might Be wrong; his life, I'm sure, was in the right.

  • May I a small house and large garden have; And a few friends, And many books, both true.

  • When I got inside, I just sort of stood there. There's nothing stranger than the smell of someone else's house. The scent goes right to your stomach. Mary's house smelled like lemon furniture polish and oatmeal cookies and logs in a fireplace. For some reason it made me want to curl up in the fetal position. I could have slept right there on their kitchen table.

  • Knowing that I am different from the body, I need not neglect the body. It is a vehicle that I use to transact with the world. It is the temple which houses the Pure Self within.

  • The work of art is brought into the world without there being a need for it. The house satisfies a requirement. The work of art is responsible to none; the house is responsible to everyone. The work of art wants to draw people out of their state of comfort.

  • Paintings! They're like TV, but they don't move.

  • Just to be working again as an actress and possibly doing TV would just be great. It's not about how big the role is.

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