What I really need is for people to know that I don't just do this, I do this and this and this and this. We all have creativity in us and we all are multi-dimensional and we are all interested in a lot of things and that women are fabulous. We can handle a lot of things.— Suzanne Somers
Most Powerful Multi Dimensional quotations
Be selective about your external influences.
Your multi-dimensional brain is influenced by everything you see, hear, read, smell, touch, feel or say.
Health is not, in the minds of most people, a unitary concept.
It is multi-dimensional, and it is quite possible to have 'good' health in one respect, but 'bad' in another.
A rich, multi-dimensional tour of Naples, most brilliant, battered, and bewildering of cities, here fixed to the page with wit and élan. Splendid.
We are not a green standard, we are a quality standard. We're different, we're multi dimensional.
One cannot declare that only his faith is correct and all other faiths are not.
God is endlessly multi-dimensional so every religion that exists on earth represents some face, some side of God. One must not have any negative attitude to any religion but nonetheless the depth of understanding God and the depth of applying God's commandments is different in different religions.
I truly believe in the law of attraction and that we live in a multi-dimensional existence beyond the confines of ego-based thinking.
I guess I would know more about permaculture than most people, and I can't define it. It's multi-dimensional - chaos theory was inevitably involved in it from the beginning.
Some people I see - people who do more or less have prerecorded tracks - their persona is such that the visual side of just them is way more important and multi-dimensional. Me, I'm boring to look at.
A life of both sadness and blissfulness is multi-dimensional;
it moves in all dimensions together. Watch the statue of Buddha or sometimes look into my eyes and you will find both together - a blissfulness, a peace, a sadness also.
I didn't want him to become gray and multi-dimensional and complicated like everyone else. Was every Heathcliff a Linton in disguise?
Of course God is endlessly multi-dimensional so every religion that exists on earth represents some face, some side of God.
There is a general knowledge that I am multi-dimensional, that when you are creative you do a lot of things.
I am a multi-dimensional woman who pushes boundaries and dares to be herself.
As an actor, you're constantly searching for that great character.
Also, being a history buff and learning about people in our past and amazing things that they've done, I came across a book about Howard Hughes and he was set up as basically, the most multi-dimensional character I could ever come across. Often, people have tried to define him in biographies, but no one seems to be able to categorize him.
I don't think it's always a sign of respect for persons (inside or outside of fiction) to pretend to be able to represent, to have access to, their multi-dimensionality at every moment. That doesn't imply people aren't multi-dimensional.
The range of genre that we is very diverse, which makes for a fun and multi-dimensional show, but creating something that flows, depending on what kind of vibe the show is going to be [loud dive bar, small theatre, festival] is a bit of an art a haphazard art at times.
Truth is multi-dimensional; it depends on the perspective you view from.
We are not here just to survive and live long .
... We are here to live and know life in it's multi-dimensions, to know life in its richness, in all it's variety. And when a man lives multi-dimensionally, explores all possibilities available, never shrinks back from a challenge, goes, rushes to it, welcomes it, rises to the occasion then life becomes a flame, life blooms.
Remember, intelligence is not part of the mind.
Intellect is, but intelligence is not; hence, the intellectual is full of mind but in life he behaves very unintelligently. He has a certain expertise, he is trained intellectually to, do a certain thing, his mind is functioning like a computer. But life is not one-dimensional, you cannot exhaust it in one expertise; it is multi-dimensional.
Non- Euclidean calculus and quantum physics are enough to stretch any brain;
and when one mixes them with folklore, and tries to trace a strange background of multi-dimensional reality behind the ghoulish hints of Gothic tales and the wild whispers of the chimney-corner, one can hardly expect to be wholly free from mental tension. (Dreams In The Witch-House)
... And the only way to find that honesty is to not overthink it. For your writing to come alive--to be multi-dimensional--you must barter away some control.