Chris Rea quotes

  • You can waste a whole lifetime Trying to be What you think is expected of you But youll never be free
    -- Chris Rea

    #Thinking #Trying #Waste

  • Save your tears, you've got years.
    -- Chris Rea

    #Sadness #Years #Tears

  • This ain't no upwardly mobile freeway, oh no, this is the road to hell.
    -- Chris Rea

    #Evil #Hell

  • it's not until you become seriously ill and you nearly die and you're at home for 6 months, that you suddenly stop to realize that this isn't the way I intended it to be in the beginning. Everything that you've done falls away and start wondering why you went through all that rock business stuff.
    -- Chris Rea

    #Fall #Home #Rocks

  • A quotation is a handy thing to have about, saving one the trouble of thinking for oneself, always a laborious business.

  • Think it over, think it under.

  • Our God has boundless resources. The only limit is in us. Our asking, our thinking, our praying are too small. Our expectations are too limited.

  • Some of my academic friends think Ive fallen from a very special grace.

  • Better to be too early and have to try again, than be too late and have to catch up.

  • Random political acts produce random political results. Why waste even a rock?

  • It is difficult to be patient but to waste the rewards of patience is worse.

  • I learnt just how little it takes to survive, which is why I don’t waste things – food, money, friendships or opportunities.

  • Believe me, a grain is a terrible thing to waste.

  • my Mamá Grande, a tiny Mayan woman, took me aside when I was an adolescent and told me several things that didn't make a bit of sense to my young and inattentive ears, and as young people tend to waste all attempts of our elders to relay to us wisdom accumulated over the decades, I thought my Mamá Grande had a few mice in the attic.