Jane Fonda is an American two-time Academy Award-winning actress, writer, political activist, former fashion model and fitness guru. She rose to fame in the 1960s with films such as Barbarella and Cat Ballou and has appeared in films ever since. She has won two Academy Awards and received several other awards and nominations.
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It's never too late -- never too late to start over, never too late to be happy.
When you can't remember why you're hurt, that's when you're healed.
A man has every season while a woman only has the right to spring. That disgusts me.
It's never too late - never too late to start over, never too late to be happy.
You spend all your life trying to do something they put people in asylums for.
A good many dramatic situations begin with screaming.
To be a revolutionary you have to be a human being. You have to care about people who have no power.
I wasn't a hippie and I wasn't even a bohemian. I was extremely earnest and serious.
Female listeners are leaving traditional talk radio because of the rough-edged, shouting nature of it.
My position on the POW issue has been widely misquoted and taken out of context.
What I originally said and have continued to say is that the POW's are lying if they assert it was North Vietnamese policy to torture American Prisoners.
Physical fitness is a three-legged stool: strength, aerobic capacity, and flexibility.
You know, you're only as happy as your least happy child.
So if your kids aren't okay, you're not good.
I believe people have different ways of approaching the Word.
For me, it's metaphor, written by people a long time after Christ died and interpreted by specific groups. I read the gospels that aren't included in the Bible. These make me feel good about calling myself a Christian.
Be a good example and hope the partner gets the hint.
Any partner who would attempt to sabotage my fitness regime I would leave... wrong partner.
Women are rising. It's going to get harder before it gets easier, but we can do it if we realize that we have the power. Women will always be the leaders of change.
If the career you have chosen has some unexpected inconvenience, console yourself by reflecting that no career is without them.
To do life right, you have to feel like you're growing up until the day you die.
The thing I'm proudest of is that I have stayed curious. I have every intention, when I'm on my deathbed, of saying, "Oh, my God - I get it!"
I always tried, in the books I wrote, to make it clear: Thin is not the goal.
But I was thin. So no matter what I said, the subliminal message was, "You have to look a certain way." And I'm not happy about playing into that.
I don't like the word 'calculated' because it sounds pejorative.
Intentional. Intentional is better, I think. Wild in passion and intentional in expression.
We need women friends, women who challenge us.
When a significant other - a spouse, a parent or someone you're close to - is dying, it forces you to think about your life, about what you feel about death. What I realized from my dad's dying was that I wasn't scared of dying. But I was terrified of regrets. I was terrified of getting to the end of my life with a lot of Why didn't I's.
A lot of things affect women differently than men, and women get left out.
I think what's happening in the world - there's nothing more dangerous than a wounded beast, and the patriarchy is wounded.
Reproductive freedom is a real danger for the patriarchy, because it means that women are empowered.
Telling lies and showing off to get attention are the mistakes I made that I don't want my kids to make.
A man has every season while a woman only has the right to spring.
Christ was the first feminist and because of that I've learned from his teaching to call myself a Christian feminist, adding that her faith is not a matter of traditions and dogmas but, rather, a spiritual experience.
Through therapy and a lot of thinking and writing my memoirs, I've been able to use my life as a lesson.
When I say women are the agents of change, I really should say women and girls.
Women are not forgiven for aging. Bob Redford's lines of distinction are my old-age wrinkles.
Ted needs someone to be there 100% of the time.
He thinks that's love. It's not love - it's babysitting.
We grow up being told, "Be a good girl.
" When you're told to be good, you have to get rid of whatever is bad.
We're still living with the old paradigm of age as an arch.
That's the old metaphor: You're born, you peak at midlife and decline into decrepitude.
I've always felt like a teacher. Whenever I've learned something important, my reaction has always been to tell everybody about it. I read a book, I buy 100 copies and I send them out.
But the whole point of liberation is that you get out. Restructure your life. Act by yourself.
It's better to be interested than interesting.
We are living on average today 34 years longer than our great-grandparents did.
As is my way, when I start something that I've put off doing, I always start with the hardest form. So I started with Ashtanga.
I like to think both - it's not either/or. It's and.
Women don't make the decisions in the media.
Even if you see women on camera, they have to answer to the person upstairs, which is mostly men. Women only hold 3% of the decision-making offices in the media.
Almost 100 years after women secured the right to vote in 1920 through the 19th Amendment, we still do not have equal rights under the Constitution. My question for the GOP candidates: Do you support the Equal Rights Amendment?
Rituals are important. I get up. I take the dogs on a walk around to the front and then I pick up the papers. Then I walk around to the front door, then me and the two dogs come in the house and I give them treats. I make coffee. It's the regularity of these kinds of rituals that I find deeply satisfying.
Aging is a staircase - the upward ascension of the human spirit, bringing us into wisdom, wholeness and authenticity. As you may know, the entire world operates on a universal law: entropy, the second law of thermodynamics. Entropy means that everything in the world, everything, is in a state of decline and decay, the arch. There's only one exception to this universal law, and that is the human spirit, which can continue to evolve upwards.
You shouldn't give up. For a while, you have to stay close to the wall and be careful who you spend time with and take care of yourself.
You can do yoga and be thinking about going shopping.
The goal is kind of like meditation, is to be totally present in your body in the moment. That's when the most profound effects of yoga can happen. That's what I urge people to try to do. It's very important to be in your body.
Christianity or any religion doesn't necessarily have to be about a church.
You carry your God inside you... But when you're famous and the word gets out that you're a Christian, every church is saying, "Even Jane Fonda." People come up to me in airports and throw their arms around me.
Shortly after I turned 50, both Ted Turner and the AARP came into my life.
The only difference? With AARP, there were benefits.