Be kind to yourself so you can be happy enough to be kind to the world.

— Misha Collins

The most powerful Misha Collins quotes that are proven to give you inner joy

Don't pressure yourself. Don't worry about what others think you should do or what the societal "norm" is. Do what moves you and makes you smile and the "good" will follow.


Even small acts of kindness can make a profound difference to somebody else.


We are bound only by the limits of our imaginations.


Angels are totally real. Tinkerbell has a hot ass. Wendigos exist. It's all true. Satan is blonde. True fact.


I am passionate about tea, running, the idea that we are bound only by the limits of our imaginations, and maple syrup.


I actually think that the most efficacious way of making a difference is to lead by example, and doing random acts of kindness is setting a very good example of how to behave in the world.


Do what moves you and makes you smile and the "good" will follow.


When I was in high school, I liked to pretend that I was a Russian foreign exchange student. I would do things like go into a pizza restaurant and tell them Id never had pizza before, and theyd bring me into the kitchen and show me how to make an American pizza. Its really fun.


Helping others pulls us out of our own problems.

And so does dressing up like frogs and playing leap frog in a Starbucks. Who would've known.


I love kale. I bake it. I sauté it. I juice it. I massage it. I want other people to join the cult-of- kale.


I'm feeling pretty good. A lot of people don't know this, but I am not currently in prison, which feels great.


I think participating in "Gishwhes" is a crash course in facing our fears: people go to crowded shopping malls wearing scuba gear, order from a fast food restaurant in Shakespearean verse or jump out of airplanes among many other tasks.


About Misha Collins

Quotes 57 sayings
Profession Actor
Birthday August 20, 1974

I suppose "giving without expecting anything in return" isn't something new, but it always pushes your happy button when you do it or see it.


I am not on tumblr. I can barely spell tumblr. However, there does seem to be someone on tumblr (who copied my reddit user name) who is apparently trying to impersonate me. I like the idea that people are pretending to be me. I spend most of my time pretending not to be me.


When I try to use incantations at work i often find they have no effect and my coworkers just laugh at me.


The image of a person completely covered in cotton candy made me laugh the most.

I'm not sure why. To me, being tarred and feathered in sugar is just good comedy.


When the Haiti earthquake happened, I registered with UNICEF to set up an account, and posted to Twitter for people to donate to it. In a matter of a couple of hours, $30,000 had been donated. That, to me, was eye-opening.


A lot of times you see really good-looking guys on TV and you sort of assume that maybe there's some sort of vacuity behind them.


I've always liked sci-fi/fantasy films.

I've never really followed any sci-fi television shows though. I wouldn't consider myself a fan. When asked, I think I say the Matrix is my favorite movie.


I've never done too much inquiry into angels.


Being God is not all it's cracked up to be, and it's not as easy as one would think it would be. You'd think the deck would be really stacked in your favor as God, but of course, I've run into some pretty big obstacles and problems.


I also have two children under three who keep me up all night and don't seem to understand the benefits of sitting in silence, which has presented an interesting challenge.


I think there are presences out there that we can't see or directly communicate with that have benevolent influence on us. Whether they're angels or something else, I'm not sure.


It is good to be God, yeah. It's nice to get the recognition that I've been working so hard for.


I occasionally go to a yoga class. Everyone looks so limber and coordinated compared to me. I feel like I scare my classmates.


Being a father is like directing Alien or Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

It's much more difficult than directing an episode of TV. Also, directing a show or movie lasts a few months at most, parenting lasts for decades.


I've been a river kayaker for a long time and I've done quite a few trips.

I like kayaking and I like canoeing. I don't really like being on yachts or sailboats or cruise ships. I don't like anything that's large and not human-powered.


I'm not actually pop culture or social media savvy.

I really didn't know what Twitter was when I created an account.


SeLF censorsHIP? Not my strong suit.

..I dont want to be a total d o u c h e b a g , but a little bit of one.


Meditating takes on a different quality when someone taps you on the shoulder and says, "Dad, why are you sleeping like that?"


If you can dress as a stormtrooper and go to a laundromat, or wear a sexy cheese gown in public, you might start to find "normal" social interactions a little less daunting.


Now I have close to a million followers on Twitter, which is crazy because I don't even know how to spell. But it definitely forces me to think more about the "we" factor.


I've been compiling a list of art project ideas for a long time.

These are ideas of things I would love to see someday. They range from the practical - jackets with woodstoves in them - to the sublime - images of nuns on waterslides.


There might be an Easter egg in there that I'm missing [in Timeless], I'll have to look again, but there are pop culture references, for sure. There are a lot of references that you would only understand if you've seen the movie The Untouchables.


When you become an actor, you never, ever imagine you're going to be working on one role for a decade, and while it is such a blessing to get the opportunity to do that, it's also nice to do something different.


I want to live in a world where 'normal' is an insult.


It warms the cockles of my heart. Words chosen carefully.


I grew up with a family that had very little and were at times homeless.


Technology has changed the fan/actor interaction quite a bit.


If God is watching your every move, you should probably straighten up your act a little bit.


It just amazing to me that Timeless is a bubble show, that it's just not solidly in the renew column. I think that would only happen today when we're in this golden era of television, where there's so much to watch, it's just hard to capture an audience in the first place.


Perhaps I shifted from "me" to "we" when I realized that "I" could get a lot more done with "us."


I'm just trying to remember what self-respect feels like. It's a fading memory.


I've always had a fascination with hugging (I'm not really particular about who or what it is I'm embracing as long as there's a “squish” factor).


Dressage is when you put a dress on your horse. It's like putting on drag, but for horses.


When you're doing lots and lots of episodes and you're playing the same character, it's great because you really get to know the character and it becomes a really fast style and you find subtleties in it.


If i write a book it will probably be a book about how not to use the internet or a book of poetry.


I am honored to even be considered for any list that includes such icons as Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles. I have had posters of those guys hanging over my bed for years now. I find the whole thing quite arousing.


This show [Timeless] is absolutely epic.

I simply can't believe the production value for the episodes. Each episode is creating a new world. I just can't think of another television show that trumps the Hindenburg to the 1970s week to week.