He's not perfect. You aren't either, and the two of you will never be perfect. But if he can make you laugh at least once, causes you to think twice, and if he admits to being human and making mistakes, hold onto him and give him the most you can.— Bob Marley
Undeniable Make You Think Twice quotations
Never discourage anyone who continually makes progress, no mater how slow.
I think you should read everything you can.
In my case, by the age of 10, I'd read every book in the Omaha public library about investing, some twice. You need to fill your mind with various competing thoughts and decide which make sense.
If you want to know what a man is really like, take notice of how he acts when he loses money.
How you make others feel about themselves says a lot about you.
I always think if you have to cook once, it should feed you twice.
If you're going to make a big chicken and vegetable soup for lunch on Monday, you stick it in the refrigerator and it's also for Wednesday's dinner.
Money can't buy happiness, but it will certainly get you a better class of memories.
We have no healthcare and we have all the guns in the world, it makes you think twice before you start throwing punches in a bar.
Some days I wish I could go back in life. Not to change anything, but to feel a few things twice.
She thinks, I failed twice. If I failed twice I'm going to fail forever. No! That is not the law of life. If you failed twice that means you can learn. It's just a learning experience. It's an obstacle. An imaginary obstacle. She made it real. She made failing a journey of life... Instead do again and make a journey of your life.
Architecture falls between art and airports.
It's pragmatic-it helps you get from point A to point B. But it also works as art. It makes you think twice. It inspires you. It brings you back to yourself.
If you feel someone suspicious is following you, the best thing to do is to talk on your cell phone, Even if you just act as if someone is on the other end, it will make them think twice.
Thinking is difficult, that's why most people judge.
I think the most important thing that I've learned is that you live and you learn. Try not to make the same mistakes twice.
"OK, well everyone makes a mistake, right?" But then when you think it probably happened again that's when you think: "Shame on you once and shame on me twice, or however that saying goes." But everyone's been down that road. It's not about the little things anymore, but the major things that tell you if you don't move on at that point then I'm a fool.
I think it's an obligation to make a movie full, so you have to see it twice to get all the moments.
The hardest walk is walking alone, but it's also the walk that makes you the strongest.
I was in the emergency room twice with heart palpitations and panic attacks.
As one of my actor friends pointed out: your body doesn't know that you're making art. You think about struggle and challenge and you imagine yourself weighing 302 pounds and being restricted and in despair. Your body doesn't know that that's not the case.
[After playing Indiana Jones and Han Solo] hero image concerns me a little, though not for my sake. All it means to me is that I have a responsibility not to get caught doing anything terrible and thereby jeopardise my credentials. Not that I do terrible things, like running over dogs or anything like that. It just makes you think twice before you say or do things in public.
By seeing a same-sex couple in ordinary situations, that it might make people think twice about if they have, you know, questions about acceptance of LGBT equality, it's one way to just say that, you know, 'We're members of your family and gay people are like anybody else.'
The real difficulty is to overcome how you think about yourself.
I do have commitment phobia, which I think is underlied by death anxiety.
I feel that if you are in a relationship, there is a real genuine possibility of plateauing, and there is a possibility for a creative, emotional and spiritual death because of it. Only part of me feels this way, but it's enough to create an anxiety which makes me think twice before committing.
When people are watching you, it makes you think twice about what you do, and the things you say, and the people you hang around with.
Don't think that you can make up for it by working twice as hard tomorrow.
If you have it within your power to work twice as hard, why aren't you doing it now?
Fear makes the wolf bigger than he is.
That's the thing about being a former fat camp champ: when asked if I'd change my past if I could, I always answer no. The pain of being an overweight kid, the humiliation, make you think twice before ever cutting anyone else down.
Going out across the desert I remember the feelings that you have, wondering if you're going to make it out alive. Right now I wonder what that was all about. What was the point of all of that? I don't think there's any appetite from the American people to go back and do our work twice.
I went to the brink many times. A couple of times I thought "I'm gone, This is it." But then you would just keep working. I think if you're close to the brink and just make sure that you work twice as hard and put twice as much effort into everything and the people around you and everything, you should come through.
How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.
Forks are absurd, he scoffed. They insult your food. They make it think you're killing it twice.
You know what an effective deterrent to crime is? Jail! And do you know what kind of criminal penalty actually makes people think twice about committing crimes the next time? The kind that actually comes out of some individual's pocket, not fines that come out of the corporate kitty.