Priscilla Ahn quotes

  • I never had that many friends growing up so I learned to be okay with just me.
    -- Priscilla Ahn

    #Growing Up #Okay #Many Friends

  • Growing up in a multicultural family, I never really felt that I was different - even though I was from most of the kids in my school. Especially with music, I try to just approach it as an equal.
    -- Priscilla Ahn

    #Growing Up #School #Kids

  • Because when does anybody really grow up? I mean, I feel more grown up now, more in a place of solidity and peace. But I think a lot of people take on these roles as parents, or husband or wife, and immediately think 'That's it. I'm grown up now. Done.'
    -- Priscilla Ahn

    #Growing Up #Husband #Mean

  • And the thing about me is, I have a lot of mellow songs, because they're the easiest for me to write. I wanted to try to make some more upbeat songs, so, I ended up gravitating toward writing songs with friends, which was a great learning process, and also we came up with great songs. Those are the songs that came out the most naturally.
    -- Priscilla Ahn

    #Song #Writing #Trying

  • I didn't grow up a theatre kid, going to theatre camps. I played sports, and that was my main direction. But luckily, I never had to choose between sports and theatre.

  • Kids grow up awfully fast these days,"she said. "You should try to have a good relationship with your kids, no matter what they do.

  • You can't have a decent food culture without a decent coffee culture: the two things grow up together.

  • Growing up as a kid my father was British and a soccer player. His idol was a guy that passed the ball a lot, Stanley Matthews. Our family thought if you could be unselfish your teammates would always like you.

  • This character feels so much like my brother. He has two children. He has a wife. He works with me. He chooses to stay in New Hampshire because he wants his kids to grow up in the school they started with. He doesn't want them to lose friends. He is his family's hero.

  • Young people are often asked, 'What do you want to be when you grow up?' and given advice about how to lead meaningful adult lives, but where's the encouragement to lead meaningful lives right now?

  • It's actually quite a good ethos for life: go into the unknown with truth, commitment, and openness and mostly you'll be okay.

  • I was just an okay person.

  • It's okay to have faith in something that you can't see or touch.

  • Remember who you are. It's really okay to be who you are.

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