I want to get old gracefully. I want to have good posture, I want to be healthy and be an example to my children.— Sting
The most delightful Sting quotes that are life-changing and eye-opening
Yoga is almost like music in a way; there's no end to it.
If you play music with passion and love and honesty, then it will nourish your soul, heal your wounds and make your life worth living. Music is its own reward.
I can't really change my life to accommodate people who are jealous. I don't see why I should.
I don't think happiness is necessarily the reason we're here.
I think we're here to learn and evolve, and the pursuit of knowledge is what alleviates the pain of being human.
I think love has something to do with allowing a person you claim to love to enter a larger arena than the one you create for them.
Let your soul be your pilot.
I don't drink coffee I take tea my dear, I like my toast done on one side.
And you can hear it in my accent when I talk, I'm an Englishman in New York. See me walking down Fifth Avenue, a walking cane here at my side. I take it everywhere I walk, I'm an Englishman in New York. I'm an alien I'm a legal alien, I'm an Englishman in New York.
There's no religion but sex and music.
Turn the clock to zero, honey, we're starting up a brand new day.
I don't need to manufacture trauma in my life to be creative.
I have a big enough reservoir of sadness or emotional trauma to last me.
The deeper you get into Yoga you realize it is a spiritual practice.
It's a journey I'm making. I'm heading that way.
I see songs not as a commodity used up when the album goes off the charts, which is often the case with pop songs. I see them as a body of work. Life should be breathed into them.
I've only paid lip service to a spiritual life.
The Super Bowl is Americana at its most kitsch and fun.
At night a candle's brighter than the sun
Don't judge me, you could be me in another life.
If manners maketh the man as someone said, then he's the hero of the day.
I'm not much of a family man. I'm just not that into it. I love kids, I adore them, but I don't want to live my life for them.
An uncle of mine emigrated to Canada and couldn't take his guitar with him.
When I found it in the attic, I'd found a friend for life.
Many miles away there's a shadow on the door of a cottage on the Shore of a dark Scottish lake.
Without the voice of reason, every faith is its own curse.
I write the music, produce it and the band plays within the parameters that I set.
I exist in a state of almost perpetual hysteria.
I don't understand American football at all. It looks like all-in wrestling with crash helmets.
I never saw no miracle of science that did not go from a blessing to a curse.
My logic's been drowned in a sea of emotion.
If you love someone, set them free.
Love is stronger than justice.
Our politicians, they all seemed like game show hosts to me.
Convince an enemy, convince him that he's wrong.
To win a bloodless battle, the victory is long. A simple act of faith, reason over might. To blow up his children would only prove him right.
I think the time is right for yoga, we really are living in a very complex time - a time of great turmoil and change. Yoga is a good antidote to all that...It is almost like music in a way; there's no end to it.
I have been through various fitness regimes.
I used to run about five miles a day and I did aerobics for a while.
I can't fly a flag for monogamy or whatever the opposite is;
it depends on the person and on the situation.
Yoga introduced me to a style of meditation.
The only meditation I would have done before would be in the writing of songs.
I do my best work when I am in pain and turmoil.
The acceptance of death gives you more of a stake in life, in living life happily, as it should be lived. Living for the moment.
It's a big enough umbrella, but it's always me that ends up getting wet.
I try to give the media as many confusing images as I can to retain my freedom.
What's real is for my children and the people I live with.
I think there's room for both private exploration and group work in Yoga.
I've spent a bit of time with the Prince of Wales, who I respect greatly.
I'd give two cheers for the Monarchy.
I hate most of what constitutes rock music, which is basically middle-aged crap.
I've never lost perspective on who I am. Well, maybe briefly, but generally I'm pretty balanced.
Peter Townshend shows us it's all right to grow up. There is dignity after rock'n'roll.
The more irrational of us are worried about the millennium ending - as if a date would really matter.
It has very little to do with my work, but if your image is not sexy enough, people won't listen. It's part of the game.
I learned to change my accent; in England, your accent identifies you very strongly with a class, and I did not want to be held back.
Nothing comes from violence and nothing ever could, for all those born beneath an angry star, lest we forget how fragile we are.
I really wanted to work with David Lynch. I was a big fan of The Elephant Man and Eraserhead.